(Last Updated on March 14, 2022 by zimdaily)
BEITBRIDGE – Thousands of Citizens Coalition for Change supporters came out in their numbers to endorse the Nelson Chamisa led outfit in spite of threats being issues to them in the border town of Beitbridge. Addressing the throng at the party’s by elections campaign rally at Dulibadzimu stadium, Adv. Chamisa thanked the people for their resilence irrespective of threats from the ruling party to kill anyone that attended the rally.
“I heard that yesterday you were being intimidated. Being told that when you attend our rally you will die there. Thank you for the resilience,” he said to a rapturous applause.
“Intimidation are tactics of those nearing their exit. Thats how they work,” he added.
“This is a by election to restore our candidate removed by Zanu PF. We however know that the issue here is 2023 “
He urged the people of Beitbrigde to vote for the party in the coming 2023 elections for change.
“When change comes, it also happens for the police and army. We want that change.”
Chamisa added that the CCC as a government would bring in a new culture, one that has leaders not rulers.
*We want to bring a new culture , the prevailing culture is about rulers. This is why they are ruthless. We want to be leaders,” he said.
In his words advocate Nelson Chamisa gave a stern statement on the need for judiciary revamp under his government saying
“The first thing to sort out is the rule of law. I arrived in Marondera and found our supporters ready to fight the ZRP. I said the Police are our people.
“In the Government we will lead if you assault , maim or kill another person we will send you straight to prison. Vote for our Councillors on March 26. This is however not the main meal. The main meal is in 2023. You must however be registered and vote to see that change, ” Chamisa urged.
He vividly made it clear in his words that violence was not the answer and he begged the people not to fight.
“We do not want violence and anarchy. We want to fight using ideas .”
Chamisa was unable to conduct his star rally IN Marondera Saturday, after police stormed the venue to stop the Yellow Movement.
Chamisa is expected to address his supporters in Tsholotsho and Binga during the week.