Charles Motsi

Nelson Chamisa has been on the Zimbabwean political scene for over two decades now and he has managed to rise through the ranks of opposition politics because of his unique ability to woo crowds with his outrageously false campaign promises.

Chigumbu Warikandwa

The election has come and gone. The opposition, whose house continues to burn unabated, has reclaimed the majority of the seats it needlessly created vacancies in, gobbling scarce national resources in the process. All the opposition fuss about rigging by the electoral body, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has proven to be nothing but hot air and bottled smoke.

Grace Chekai

The leader of the newly formed Citizen Coalition for Change (CCC), Nelson Chamisa continues to peddle lies and falsehoods at his rallies and people should take him seriously at their own peril. As the nation prepares for the upcoming 26 March By-Election Chamisa has upped the ante in politicking for publicity purposes and is averse to tackling real issues that affect the people.

Last Mukwende

The U.S and the European Union (EU) have put in place sanctions to many countries in the world for different reasons, all in the name of “priority to protect” tactic which they have made many nations to believe that really there are there to protect.

Grace Chekai

As the saying goes, empty vessels make the most noise and one can clearly deduce that come 2023, the opposition party Citizen Coalition for Change (CCC) will lose the Harmonized General Elections, notwithstanding that predictions by notable think-tanks (US-based RAND corporation and UK-based Economic Intelligence Unit) have already perceived a 2023 election ZANU PF win.  ZANU PF with its mobilization of #5Million votes has already clinched a win.

Paidamoyo Mutsvairo

No one can deny that the distinguishing characteristics in the mould of President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa continue to inspire the electorate to put their trust in him and the revolutionary party.

Kaelin Choto

There are concerted efforts by Nelson Chamisa and company to present their project Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) as having hit the ground running and all-encompassing as suggested by its name. Ideally, this is a normal quest, but too many a time people who are this thirsty often get poisoned as they drink from every cup handed over to them.

Innocent Mujeri

The Holy Bible on 2 Timothy 3 verses 16 to 17 says, ‘All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work’. After listening to the recent utterances of the Citizens Coalition for Change (leader) Nelson Chamisa at his party’s rallies, I found it prudent to take it upon myself to teach the youthful Chamisa about how his speech and conduct affect his followers. It is my belief that Chamisa as a pastor, will hearken to this free sermon and repent from his wayward ways before his political career crumples.