By Staff Reporter
CITIZENS Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa has claimed President Emmerson Mnangagwa was running scared of the elections hence delaying the announcement of the upcomimg general elections.
Whilst in Binga lawt week, Mnangagwa hinted on making the announcement on Sunday.
Addressing journalists Tuesday in Kuwadzana just after inspecting the voters roll , Chamisa said Mnangagwa was inconveniencing a lot of people.
“The only concern is Mr Mnangagwa who continues to duck and dive on the days of the election, people have to plan, some have to ask for leave days, some are in the diaspora and have to come back.
“International investors have to plan around the date of the election, we also have to plan, we are not disorganized like Mr Mnangagwa so we want these dates to be known ahead of time and in advance.
“This is an issue that we continue to raise but we are ready, ZEC must be ready but it seems they are not ready especially looking at the voters roll and the way it seems to be shambolic, that issue must be resolved urgently,” Chamisa said.
Chamisa also reiterated that his party will win the elections and Mnangagwa is now scared.
“Mr Mnangagwa obviously has a problem with his legal team, I think he is not advised properly and I am so sorry, I am not sure he has a date. I suspect he is so scared of this election.
“He knows the truth of this matter is that the people of Zimbabwe know what they want, there is going to be change in this country.
“They will try to manipulate but the people of Zimbabwe will not allow it, so the date will come ultimately because he has to follow the constitution and we know that it has to be in August and now the days are limited,” Chamisa said.