Inside Chamisa's Campaign

Inside Chamisa's Campaign
Published: 18 August 2018 (463 Views)
Hordes of people who were promised positions in Chamisa's administration congregated at MDC Alliance's Head Office everyday yet no one could have access to him. Security details moved Camisa from one lodge to another the Saddam Hussein style. Given the microphone, Chamisa repeated his lies with such eloquent that attendees were screaming for more. Those who started to question the authenticity of Chamisa's message were subjected to expletive-filled tirades. People dumped their daily talk shows for Chamisa's rallies.

What everyone never knew however, was the deep crisis that irritated Chamisa and prompted him to be an expletive machine. First off, there was never an MDC Alliance message; the leadership of this Alliance never sat down to plan anything. Chamisa for your own information promised 15 people to be his Vice President. None of them knew what was going on since they could not access him but kept on believing they were the anointed ones.

Each cabinet position had at least six people promised. At the end it was so difficult for Chamisa to sit down and talk to anyone because everything was messed up anyway. The result was Tendai Biti holding Press Conference that Chamisa had no idea about. Chamisa holding press conferences that not even one Alliance leader knew about. Even when Tendai Biti announced that Chamisa won the elections, Chamisa himself was caught by surprise; he did not know Tendai was going to announce the results.

When Tendai Biti skipped the boarder to Zambia, Chamisa had no clue where Biti was or what he was trying to do. Then came the frosty relationship between Chamisa and Mwonzora. Anyone can deny this rift but take it from me; the rift is so wide that people were assaulted for uttering the name Mwonzora.

There were other purpoted leaders who took it upon themselves to announce or act in a stupidly manner. There was Hwende, Dzamara, and Job Sakala. This Sakala guy lied to the whole world that he was abducted and the fake news went into overdrive claiming that his body was found dumped in Mukuvisi river.

How were Zimbabweans easily fooled by such jokers? Take for example the issue of V11 forms. These forms were available and any polling agent had access to them. The problem is Chamisa did not pay some of his agents and those agents refused to release the signed V11 forms until they get paid. Some polling agents are holding on to the V11 forms right now and will not release them to Chamisa. If ZANU PF was malicious, they could pay these agents, right?

The stage-managed protests were mainly for the international community and the observers. This was a desperate attempt to discredit the government and the most effective way was to provoke the government. The government fell into MDC Alliance's trap by responding with force and Chamisa succeeded. Mnangagwa is now referred to as an embattled leader.

What Mnangagwa must understand is the international community, especially from the west only talk to you when you prove yourself to be better than them. You can kneel for them but it will never be enough, even if you go on all your four like an animal, in will not satisfy them; chero ukavata nedumbu, it is not enough. You must be better than them for them to come and even discuss policies with you.

- Sam Wezhira

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