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Quandary as Chamisa Dumps CCC

Citizens Coalition for Change President Nelson Chamisa has announced that he has quit the CCC barely two years after its formation.

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In a 13-page statement, the politician cited the conduct of the 2023 elections, the delimitation report, electoral violence and the post-election recalls of elected CCC candidates, among others, as reasons for his leaving CCC.

Chamisa announced on X:

This is to officially, and under my hand, inform you that, with immediate effect, I no longer have anything to do with CCC. My focus remains fully on Zimbabwe, asserting your victory, honouring the citizens’ mandate, and God’s calling to provide leadership. There are fresh things we need to do. Let’s all work together for total freedom, true change and holistic transformation for our beloved country.

Quandary as Chamisa Dumps CCC

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“Giving up or giving in is not an option. Nothing comes without tenacity and resilience. Fellow citizens, you will be kept posted on the next steps. Thank you all for the support and continued prayers as we get ready for the NEW. Let us embrace the opportunities that lie ahead. Change is coming soon! God bless you. #Godisinit”

Earlier this month, CCC National Deputy Spokesperson Gift Ostallos Siziba sent social media into overdrive when he hinted that the Nelson Chamisa-led party is dumping the party name for a new one.

Chamisa has all but lost control of the party, as self-imposed interim secretary general Sengezo Tshabangu has been wreaking havoc since October 2023.

He recalled 15 MPs, 17 councillors and nine senators, triggering the 7 December by-election. ZANU PF was the biggest winner as CCC MPs were barred from contesting in the polls.

Tshabangu recalled six more MPs and President Mnangagwa proclaimed 3 December as the date of the by-elections. The High Court again, after a Tshabangu application, barred the recalled MPs from running in the polls.

Faced with this onslaught, Chamisa has decided to let CCC go without him.


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