Here's What Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Chamisa Is Up To
Nelson Chamisa says he will "lead from the front" in what he described as a "peaceful and radical" face-off with President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government to force him to yield to the opposition's demands for political dialogue to solve Zimbabwe's mounting problems. Launching the MDC's new policy document, Chamisa maintained that the July 2018 polls had been manipulated, and the MDC would now resort to street protests and diplomatic pressure to bring change.
MDC leader Nelson Chamisa deep in prayer (file photo).
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