High rising opposition leader Nelson Chamisa and party won convincingly in Zimbabwe.
The party won two-thirds of the seats in by-elections held last weekend across the country.
The party won 75 seats in the 122 municipalities that had election and 19 of the 28 contested parliamentary seats.
With this outcome and victory, one can agree that the party is one to look out for in the coming years and next year’s general elections.
Speaking on the results and victories, Hon. Chamisa said, “Yes, we have won a landslide, but that does not move away from the fact that the elections in this country need fundamental reforms, around the voters roll, the credibility of the voters roll, around the issues of making sure results are managed in a better way, polling stations are not subjected to the violence, intimidation that we have seen “.
As a leader of Zimbabwean opposition Citizens Coalition for Change party he certainly with the millions of members can see the possibility of governments.
The party was officially earlier this year founded and has rejected as well as cautioned against violence of any form and type.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa came to power after Robert Mugabe who ruled the country for 37 years resigned and their party, Zanu PF, in government now has been in charge since 1980 when Zimbabwe gained independance from Great Britain.
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