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Chamisa Having Sleepless Nights Checking On Updates Of Whats Needed To Combat The Spread Of COVID-19, While ED Is Globetrotting – MDC Slam’s ED’s Namibian Excursion

The MDC led by the youthful advocate Nelson Chamisa, has slammed the president for using state funds to travel to Namibia for Hage Geingob’s inauguration yesterday, while hospitals in Zimbabwe needed attention, New Zimbabwe reports.

Chamisa’s spokesperson Nkululeko Sibanda in an interview with publication said:

President Chamisa is having sleepless nights checking with his national command centre for updates on what is required during this difficult time where the country has just confirmed cases of COVID-19 disease. President Chamisa will not do politics of nonsense, lies and politics of noise as is being done by this illegitimate regime.

Whenever something happens, he will tell the truth and will not wait for someone having festivities in Namibia or elsewhere around the world.

That you have an illegitimate President travelling to another country to have festivities in Namibia is unacceptable. I believe the country should call these people to question on the money they have used to fly to Namibia for something that is non-essential.

Namibians can inaugurate their own President under full understanding of the fact that the rest of the world is busy dealing with COVID-19 but we as Zimbabweans with a very poor health system that could be washed off the face of the earth by this pandemic cannot be affording to fund a large contingent to just go and have festivities and put silver spoons into their mouths.

It is very disheartening at this moment. This puts into question the commitment of leaders of this regime to the health of the people and their well-being of our nation

More: New Zimbabwe 

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