“From Here, The Tempo Of Our Democratic Struggle Rises,” As Police Sanction Chamisa’s SONA

Opposition MDC led by advocate Nelson Chamisa has been allowed to proceed with the planned State of the Nation Agenda (SONA) 2020 mini-rally at Stodart Hall in Mbare, Harare Tuesday.

The development was revealed by MDC Harare provincial chairperson, Wellington Chikombo and it was confirmed by party Deputy Spokesperson, Luke Tamborinyoka.

Tamborinyoka told New Zimbabwe this Sunday that SONA is MDC’s plan of action for 2020. He said:

From here, the tempo of our democratic struggle rises. President Chamisa will be laying bare to the people of Zimbabwe our cogent plan of action, our cogent plan in order of prosecution of the democratic struggle and programme of action of how we are going to reclaim the people’s struggle.

The police had previously blocked the SONA arguing that they were overwhelmed as schools were opening for the first term of 2020.

Chamisa then posted on Twitter vowing to defy any future attempts by the police to ban his public gatherings.

More: New Zimbabwe

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