How Zimbabweans Reacted To Chamisa’s Barring From Mtukudzi Funeral

Today, MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa was barred from entering the National Sports Stadium where a tribute concert & funeral services was being held for the late Oliver Mtukudzi. He was barred by security agents.

“Kasong keJecha” musician, Winky D was also apparently barred.

Zimbabweans have had varying reactions to the incidents with some saying it was the correct thing to do and some criticising the government for being petty.

We post below, some of the reactions from Twitter:

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://twitter.com/advocatemahere/status/1089229001044959234

 

 

 

 

 

 


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7 comments on “How Zimbabweans Reacted To Chamisa’s Barring From Mtukudzi Funeral

  1. Nhubu dzinofanira kumiswa in Time ! Chamisa iyeyu anokurovesai iye akawhanda zvake . dai madhara mangotipa go ahead tangokabata kampfanha aka tambo dealer nako mhani .

  2. Chamisa is full of shit, he was not barred from entering the stadium, but his motorcade was. All you people are feeding into Chamisa’s stupidity and his insatiable ego. He wants to make news at every opportunity regardless of time and place.

  3. It’s high time Chamisa stopped school boy politics and get on with real issues, if he can’t observe simple protocol by arriving at a State function on time and before the Guest of Honor how does he expect to get respect. Enough with the grand standing we’re getting tired of it. Grow up and get mature.

  4. And you as a news site need to stop with the sensationalistic headlines that are baseless and on the border line with FAKE NEWS

    1. taura hako Thabani – seems Pindula news is just after Kupindurudza nyaya , obvioulsy its another platform bent on regime change and public misinformation.

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