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Chamisa Under Pressure After Defections: Zanu PF

The ruling Zanu PF party says MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa is 
under
 pressure 
for 
relevance 
in 
the
 face
 of 
mass 
exodus
 of
 key 
members 
from 
his 
party
 who 
have 
defected the revolutionary movement.

Responding to Chamisa’s recent Agenda 2021 address, Zanu PF national spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo said the party shall 
continue 
to
 welcome 
all 
those 
who 
have
 elected 
to 
return 
back.

“ZANU
 PF is 
quite 
alive 
however, 
that 
Mr 
Chamisa
 is 
under 
pressure 
to 
seek 
relevance 
in 
the
 face 
of
mass 
exodus
 of 
key 
members
 from
 his 
party 
who 
have
 defected
  to 
the
 Revolutionary
 Party.
 This
 is
 not 
our 
problem,
but 
his,
and 
we
 shall
 continue 
to
 welcome
 all
 those 
who 
have
 elected 
to 
return
 back 
to
ZANU
 PF,
the
 People’s
 Party.

“That
 should
 not 
be 
equated 
to 
forming 
a
 one party
 state. 
Zimbabwe
 remains 
a 
multiparty 
democracy
and
 ZANU
 PF cherishes 
that.
 However, we 
don’t 
offer 
political 
consultancy 
to 
collapsing 
parties.
 As
such, those 
tired 
of 
civil
 political 
engagement 
must 
stop 
venting 
out 
their 
frustration 
through
experimenting  
with 
the
 country’s 
hard
 won
 Freedom,
 Peace
 and 
Unity,” said Moyo.

Chamisa’s address was viewed as veiled threats to unseat the Government to which Moyo said Zanu PF had capacity to thwart but will leave the matter with law enforcement agents.

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“The
 Revolutionary 
Party 
ZANU 
PF 
has 
noted 
with 
contempt, 
the 
MDC ­A 
veiled 
threats
 to 
unseat 
a
constitutionally
 elected 
Government 
following 
pronouncements 
by 
Mr 
Nelson
 Chamisa 
during 
his
hollow 
address
 of 
09
 March
 2021, 
dubbed ,
 Agenda
 2021.

“In 
his 
long
 monologue, Mr. 
Chamisa 
did 
not
 only 
fail 
to 
demonstrate 
leadership 
but 
failed
 to 
instil
hope
 in 
his 
fractured 
party, instead,
 rumbling 
about 
seeking 
to 
establish 
pockets 
of
 resistance
 across 
the 
country
 similar 
to 
the
 ill ­fated 
31 
July 
2020
 attempted
 violent
 demonstrations,
 whose 
sole 
attempt
was
 to 
destabilise 
the 
country.

“While, ZANU
 PF
 has
 the
 capacity
 to 
thwart 
such 
machinations,
 as 
a 
law 
abiding 
organisation, we 
rest
the 
matter 
with 
the 
law
 enforcement 
agencies.

“The
 people 
of 
Zimbabwe
 have 
had
 enough 
of 
this
 childish 
rambling 
from
 a 
party
 clearly
 running 
short
of 
oxygen. 
ZANU
 PF and 
its 
leadership 
have 
no 
agenda 
whatsoever
 to 
decimate
 any 
opposition 
political
party.” said Moyo

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