Bitter Mugabe Will Vote For Me Says Chamisa

In an interview with SABC, MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa said former President Robert Mugabe was likely vote for him in the forthcoming general elections as the 94-year-old veteran politician has openly disapproved his successor, President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the ruling Zanu PF party for forcing him out of power.

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Said Chamisa:

It’s a curse for country and a nation for such an elderly man in our country to be so angry, so we must be able to go and deal with that anger. I hope ED (President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa) will be mature enough to try and engage him and hear what his views are. Because also he has his issues. I think as a former President and as a liberation icon, I feel for him because there are certain things he feels betrayed. And betrayal is not good in leadership. But again he has done his bit; he must allow us to move forward. But the good news for you is that, for the first time in the history of this country President Mugabe is not going to vote for Zanu PF, not only that, President Mugabe is going to vote for the opposition. And of course, the big question is the jury is still out, which opposition, I suspect he’s going to vote for the MDC.

More: NewsDay

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