Chamisa Responds To The Government’s Threats Against Him, Says The Govt Cant Stop Their Demos

The youthful MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa, speaking to the Daily News said there was little the government could do to stop the mass protests they are organising as a party because the season is ripe.

Chamisa who used a metaphor “they can’t stop an idea whose time has come” to further make his point, also said he was unfazed by the government’s threats to jail him if he does anything unlawful.

Speaking to the publication Chamisa said:

I cannot be in the habit of paraphrasing my speeches. I said what I said and that is it. Abaiwa ngaabude (tough luck to anyone who feels troubled by this).

But we must thank the government for reminding us that they are the barrier and that they fear being broken

Chamisa launching his 2020 Agenda told his party supporters that he had given them a signal to take action against the current administration’s misrule.

More: Daily News 

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One Comment on “Chamisa Responds To The Government’s Threats Against Him, Says The Govt Cant Stop Their Demos

  1. Taps are running dry, under age abortion centres, no food aid coming in, no medicines and this wise guy wants power. He put other people’s lives at risk after leaving the country when thousands singing were beaten up. He started this trouble from day one. Save the people, dont endanger any more lives. There will be no one left to vote for you. South Africa and Britain are shoring up Zanupf. It will not change while they do so. Tough luck is a South African expression, he speaks tome there. Put your own life in danger, Chamisa, get arrested and stop Inciting violence in a proud people suffering with starvation and illness.

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