KEY stockholders of the MDC-A are beginning to see that party’s leader, Nelson Chamisa, as the biggest daft opposition leader in the history of Zimbabwe, at the same time rubbishing that party’s slogan “Chamisa Ngaapinde and Chamisa is the Plan” as empty rhetoric.
First to shoot was Grace Kwinjeh a founder member of the opposition party who is also credited with having coined the name Movement for Democratic Change.
In actual fact, Kwinjeh, a veteran MDC activist and fearless campaigner for women’s rights, was in 2011, during that party’s 12th anniversary celebrations held at Gwanzura stadium in the capital honoured for coming up with the name ‘Movement for Democratic Change’ at its formation.
In a series of tweets the firebrand political activist wrote, “let’s talk again by January (2022), Nelson is the biggest daft opposition set up, we have had in the history of opposition in Zimbabwe.
“Nelson ndiye akabatwa maballs ende achasukudzwa gore rino mayihwe Gire iweee, vakafa hapana chavakawona. Nelson apera takatarisa, Tsvangirai lasted almost two decades but zvaNelson zvinorwadza mufunge.”
“Yes Nelson has lost the party to another ZANU PF faction, will write more when back, so Douglas and crew will have the last laugh. Many Nerorists are going to be sacrificed in the name of restructuring but it’s essentially to accommodate foreign interests.”
Kwinjeh further accuses Chamisa of being intolerant and narcissistic.
“Ka hunhu kaNelson contaminating these poor souls, there are well meaning people but then if the head is rotten, intolerant, and narcissistic, I thought being born again he would be a different person, but, no to my shock,” she wrote.
She has also threatened to write an article titled, “No Quick Conclusions, Chamisa is Not Hichilema, Zambia is Not Zimbabwe.”
Meanwhile, another human rights activist, Mfundo Mlilo, who is also the husband to MDC-A legislator for Harare West, Joana Mamombe, has dismissed the latest Chamisa slogans as empty.
“Elections are won on fear and hope! Zim needs serious dealers in hope. Zimbabwe needs an inclusive message and effective ground organisation that mobilises and unites people in their divides.
“With respect: I should say the slogan Chamisa Ngaapinde and Chamisa is the plan are empty slogans,” tweeted Mlilo.