Zimbabwe Opposition Goes Hi-Tech to Woo Voters
Opposition MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa will be holding online rallies as part of his party's strategy to stay in touch with its supporters ahead of the election this year. In the 'e-rallies', Chamisa says he'll be using his Facebook page to share his vision with supporters and those who are unable to attend meetings across the country.
New Zimbabwe, 26 March 2018
MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa will, beginning this week, start holding "online rallies" as part of the movement's strategy to stay in touch with its supporters… Read more »
MDC-T's Nelson Chamisa (file photo).
263Chat, 26 March 2018
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