"Zimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) finally holds 19th anniversay rally
Nelson Chamisa, Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader has vowed to continue his push for the presidency after a disputed July polls, which he lost to President, Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Chamisa, said the economic crisis facing the Southern African nation is as a result of failed politics and called for political dialogue to form a transitional government.
Thousands of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) supporters clad in their red party colors sang and danced to celebrate the party’s 19th anniversary.
Chamisa lit a ‘democratic flame’ and released 19 doves calling for ‘peace in Zimbabwe’ as part of the party’s anniversary celebrations. He vowed to organize protests to contest Mnangagwa’s presidency.