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We can ban social media and punish Nelson Chamisa: Togarepi

Instead of being a leader he has sunk so low to causing alarm and despondency. Maybe time has arrived for us to put an end to this tomfoolery and cage the alarmist Nelson Chamisa, writes Zanu-PF Chief Whip Pupurai Togarepi.

By Pupurai Togarepi

OPPOSITION MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is a shameless parasitic opportunist who craves attention even if it means arrogating for himself the authority he doesn’t have, nay he cannot have.

His cheerleaders prayed and wished that the country suffers from this coronavirus that has killed thousands globally and in his unfathomable melancholy Chamisa appropriates for himself powers to announce the persons infected in this country, when we have an able and competent team of experts that have been assembled by President Emmerson Mnangagwa and has been competently and timeously keeping the nation abreast with information around COVID-19.

Is Chamisa so desperately pursing political mileage, so much that he has now lost the moral compass of humanity and Ubuntu, why can’t he for a moment stop prancing around like a clown and content withdrew the status quo, giving support to the central government.

To the discerning ear, President Emmerson Mnangagwa made it patently clear that this is time for us all to unite, but like the prima donna that he is, Chamisa seeks to fashion and revive his sinking political career through becoming an undertaker, a repugnant pursuance by one who seeks to lead Zimbabwe.

We have heard in Parliament his own MPs speaking of abandoning his sinking ship and joining alternative leadership within the amorphous political outfit, and we would ordinarily not be amused by his clownish antics. But because of the gravity of the situation we are tempted to push through Parliament laws that punish alarmist and peddlers of falsehoods like this childish Chamisa.

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The MDC founding fathers should be turning in their graves, this man Chamisa is bereft of ideas, he is devoid of reason, and he has stripped himself of humanity.

Instead of being a leader he has sunk so low to causing alarm and despondency. Maybe time has arrived for us to put an end to this tomfoolery and cage the alarmist.

We have the numbers in Parliament and let us ban the abuse of social media by putting in place laws that punish the likes of Chamisa.

One time he wants to be president, now he is picketing as Minister of Health. God have mercy!

If you suspect COVID-19 infection or wish to obtain more information on this disease, please call the Ministry of Health and Child Care on toll free hotline number 2019 for assistance.

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