Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Chamisa Calls Protesters Stupid

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has apologised after he described protests in Harare on August 1 as "stupid". Chamisa made the remarks at a press briefing in Harare, where he also revealed he has been summoned to appear before the ongoing Commission of Inquiry into the post-election violence. Six unarmed civilians shot were dead in the protests.

Nelson's Chamisa's apology on Twitter.

  • Zimbabwe:   'I Didn't Insult Supporters'

    The Herald, 19 November 2018

    MDC-Alliance president Mr Nelson Chamisa went back to his old ways of lying yesterday when he denied that he called his supporters "stupid". Mr Chamisa on Thursday last week… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   MDC-A Throws Supporters Under Bus

    The Herald, 16 November 2018

    Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa yesterday threw his supporters under the bus and branded them "stupid" for undertaking an unnecessary demonstration that resulted in the death of… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Chamisa Calls August 1 Protests 'Stupid'

    New Zimbabwe, 15 November 2018

    MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has described as stupid, protests by hordes of suspected party supporters who took to the streets August 1 to demand the announcement of all the results… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Invite Mnangagwa First, Chamisa Tells Commission Of Inquiry

    263Chat, 15 November 2018

    Opposition MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa has vowed to snub an invitation to appear before the Commission of Inquiry into the 1 August violence unless President Emmerson Mnangagwa is… Read more »

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