A Beacon of Hope for Zimbabwe as Pastor Chamisa Says He’s Ready to Forgive President Mnangagwa!

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MDC Alliance leader Advocate Nelson Chamisa has announced that he is ready to bury the hatchet with the president-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa as their Constitutional court case awaits the judicial address.

On Wednesday Chamisa posted on his official Twitter platform that;

“Oh, I love Our Creator who can’t be cheated! Our God can not be rigged !!! “…..Have faith in the Lord your God and you will be upheld; have faith in his prophets and you will be successful” 2Chronicles 20:20.”


One microblog user by the name of Fresh Beans then replied with a question, reminding Chamisa of the importance of clemency to a God-knowing somebody. 

He wrote, “Pastor Chamisa. God loves those who forgive. Are you willing to forgive @edmnangagwa.


Chamisa, who has a much-documented life experience of being born again, a regular church congregant, and is an ordained pastor after completing a diploma in theology with the Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe’s Living Waters Theological Seminary two years ago, then took no time and responded,

“With much pleasure.”


Except for the ‘blame-shifting gibberish political games’ President Mnangagwa and Chamisa have been sporting since the election season commenced, and the alleged vote fraud, it has not been made public knowledge what any other wrongdoings the two heads might have committed to each other, at least the major ones that ring for rapprochement.

The call for forgiveness comes at a stage when some church mergers, regional leaders and citizens proceed to exert pressure on the opposition leader to move on and drop the pending Constitutional court case where he is challenging the July 30 presidential election which gave incumbent President E.D. Mnangagwa a 50, 8 per cent of the overall votes, while it gives him a 44,3 percent.

Advocate Chamisa has forcefully rejected the election win of President Emmerson Mnangagwa as fraudulent, a vote “stolen from the people.”

The court serve, although is being hailed by a good number of people as a means of reviving democracy and electoral transparency, has since been heavily deprecated by the concerned many, who claim that it has brought the state of national business to a gridlock.

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ImChris Charamba

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