Chamisa calls for mass political action

MDC president Nelson Chamisa in his latest live video has called for unspecified mass political action against the Zanu PF government’s failure to remedy the escalating economic crisis. 

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By Elvis Dube

MDC president Nelson Chamisa in his latest live video has called for unspecified mass political action against the Zanu PF government’s failure to remedy the escalating economic crisis.

In the video Chamisa quoted the scripture James 2:26 “Faith without works is dead,” noting that the current political trajectory he wants to take was God ordained.

The youthful leader who is facing a backlash from disgruntled MDC supporters who feel he has failed to enrol mass demonstrations and stay aways said prayer time was over and that now was the time for unity and action.

‘’We are going to be in action, Zimbabweans are able to unite in action, unite in direction. 

“We are going to unite for change this country.

“As a people be our liberators, be our solutions, they can’t be problems in a country we cannot deal with, particularly when God is in it,” he said.

Chamisa reiterated that the problems facing the people of Zimbabwe should not be interpreted along political lines urging the masses to unite together in action despite their political affiliation.

The MDC leader also echoed sentiments of national dialogue noting that they cannot be dialogue between men that has not be ordained by God.