The leader of opposition MDC, advocate Nelson Chamisa has said that the party’s protests will definitely yield the intended objective, the removal of Mnangagwa’s administration from power.
Addressing a campaign rally for the late party leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s son, Vincent, who is the party’s parliamentary candidate for Glen View South in Harare, Chamisa said:
There is no freedom. This shows a breakdown of citizen and police contract. We now have a new Ian Smith. Mnangagwa is using Rhodesia’s template which gave birth to the liberation war, but we are not going to stop our constitutional right to demonstrate. We will demonstrate until they go.
There is no revolution that won’t succeed. If they continue stifling our efforts to demonstrate, we will find ways to free ourselves. If a person is stifled, he will look for ways to come out of that situation. Our Constitution has a lot of choices to make and as a party leadership, we will tell you what other ways to take.
So far, the State has blocked all MDC protests that were slated to begin on the 16th of August before they would also go to other provinces.
The party argues that its protests are against the deteriorating state of affairs as a result of the government’s mishandling of state resources and rigging the 2018 elections.
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