Mutsvangwa lays into CCC

Staff Reporter

ZANU PF Secretary for Information and Publicity, Christopher Mutsvangwa yesterday slated Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) and its leader, Nelson Chamisa for being reactionary and lacking a sound political ideology.

 Mutsvangwa said falsehoods being spread by the opposition were meant to impede the smooth flow of Government business and cause disgruntlements among citizens.

“Chamisa is busy masquerading with falsehoods which in turn affect the smooth flow of the Government. We applaud the bold stance by the Minister of Finance, Mthuli Ncube and Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor, Dr John Mangudya for managing to control the inflation.

“Misrepresentation of facts should be dealt with. We have a reactive opposition that has no ideology,” said Mutsvangwa.

Mutsvangwa added that it was a pity that Chamisa would resort to lies and misrepresentation of facts whenever he gets on the podium.

Mutsvangwa further said that the ruling ZANU PF Party was confident in the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) investigations into the alleged bomb that exploded at a CCC rally in Chinhoyi last week. He added that the Party would not take it lightly when opposition members perpetuate the false narratives of bombs exploding at their rallies.

Mutsvangwa also castigated the CCC for engineering a letter from Prince Charles in an attempt to find relevance.

“Members of the opposition are also desperate to engineer a letter from Prince Charles in an attempt to find relevance. They are busy hitting their own master by publishing these false statements,” lamented Mutsvangwa.

Meanwhile, Mutsvangwa informed the nation that the country had received an invitation from United States of America to attend the African Summit and stated that the invitation showed the US-Zimbabwe relations are thawing.

“The Zimbabwe delegation has received an invitation from America to attend the African summit. America is beginning to see that it was lost by not taking Africa seriously because Africa is big in trade,” said Mutsvangwa.

The new dawn under the leadership of President Mnangagwa has ushered in  renewed confidence, hope and energized the people to work for sustainable development of the country despite Chamisa`s tactics of frustrating the Government in its journey to revive the economy of Zimbabwe.