Chamisa Demands to be Zimbabwe President, Or Else...

Opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has called on ruling Zanu-PF leader President Emmerson Mnangagwa to agree to a power-sharing deal that will see the two leaders take separate two-year terms to run the country. Chamisa, who has refused to accept his defeat in July 2018's presidential election, threatened nationwide protests if Mnangagwa refuses to talk.

Nelson Chamisa addresses supporters (file photo).


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