I Dare Chamisa To Put People In The Street, There Will Be Consequences: Chinamasa

Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has dared MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa to call for protests saying there will be consequences.

Speaking to journalists, Chinamasa accused Chamisa does not have the interests of Zimbabwe at heart. He said Emmerson Mnangagwa’s inauguration will take place on Sunday. When asked what Zanu-PF will do to unite the country Chinamasa said:

Yes people will see. I think they saw for themselves even during the court argument that Chamisa has decided to be very difficult, has decided to undermine the economy of this country, has decided to ask for intensification and imposition of further sanctions. So its very clear who is to blame and the people see that in fact Chamisa has not the interest of Zimbabwe at heart. And I dare him put anyone in the street because there will be consequences.

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10 comments on “I Dare Chamisa To Put People In The Street, There Will Be Consequences: Chinamasa

  1. It’s becoming clear how Chamisa is consumed with bitterness and shame. I move to say he is not a credible leader of MDC and could not have fitted the hat of President. I further move that MDC find a better leadership asap for them to remain a credible opposition party. Chamisa divides the nation. His Excellency is calling for peace and unity. Paonei apa. Why go to elections? Why go to concourt? The only answer good for you Chamisa is win win?

  2. ZiZi ensured that Chamisa was not represented by a lawyer of choice. Not so smart / now Patrick Chinamasa threatens consequences if people go to the streets. Funny / we have people who think Zimbabwe is a fool’s paradise were they can trample on people at will. The bad news is threats are not going to bring investment. Money hates instability – your threats have consequencies, economic in nature.

  3. You can rig elections but you can’t rig the economy… They have people out in the rural areas under different names voting multiple times… Using the sabuku to itimidate the village… All of which are organised and hard to prove… How can we count when people are under duress…. This was most certainly not free and fair… They have the interest of their pocket not the people and because they illigitimate they will reap the benefits of their actions

  4. I thought Godinit meant whatever outcome, will be well with us. Please stop following power hungry people who use God name in vain. MaLeader enyu aya!!! Stop acting like an undisciplined child in a supermarket.For the sake of our future please shut up. Go back to the drawing board and start preparing for 2023 instead of sowing discord in the Nation.

  5. For the good of Zimbabweans Chamisa should accept defeat and stop inciting violence. If he truly love Zimbabwe as he is claiming he should hate violence and sanctions.

  6. Chamisa got 44% of the presidential vote and he is not happy, now he must nurse that figure and grow it by a mere 6%+1 vote and if he does not make it an objective of his then at least he should give up to someone.

  7. thought sanctions are brought by the ruling party who were given a list to comply with by usa -zidera. They never querried the list. All usa did was to check whether there was compliance + made a decision. On loans from imf +world bank,its your repayment record that matters.

  8. Chinamasa usafunge kuti kuguta kwauri kuita nesu tiri kuguta wait and see unofunga tiri kucha kufa here kusiri kufa ndekupi uchazviona wakutiza muzim mass yajamka

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