Nelson Chamisa yesterday addressing thousands of his supporters urged them to fast and pray for the whole week to facilitate a smooth transfer of power from the ruling Zanu PF party to the opposition after the July 30 elections.
Addressing his thousands of supporters Nelson Chamisa said he was confident of victory adding that there was a need for a week of national prayer and fasting to ensure a smooth transfer of power from Zanu PF.
“This whole week (from Monday to Saturday) there is a need for fasting,” Chamisa said.
“To all those who can (fast) please do so and fast for your country. Then on July 29, that is on Sunday, it should be a national day of prayer. We want to ensure a smooth cross-over.”
Chamisa’s call came after MDC Alliance women assembly early this month said they would fast every Friday for Chamisa for God to be with him in this election.
The women also declared that on July 30 they would camp close to polling stations until Chamisa gets keys to State House.
The MDC Alliance leader told the gathering that there was not going to be a run-off in this year’s election as he would emerge the “ultimate winner” in the plebiscite.
“There is no run-off, in fact, there is a run over in this election,” Chamisa added
“We are winning this election. In fact, we have already won this election.”
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