Nelson Chamisa has been inaugurated Zimbabwe President Nelson Chamisa has been inaugurated Zimbabwe President in a mock swearing led by MDC vice-president Morgan Komichi
The opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) led by Nelson Chamisa on Saturday “installed” the 40 year-old lawyer and minister of religion as president of Zimbabwe, two months after President Emmerson Mnangagwa was declared by the Constitutional Court as winner of the country’s July 30 presidential election.
MDC vice president Morgen Komichi declared Chamisa “duly bestowed as a president of Zimbabwe” before a packed sports stadium in Harare’s Highfield high density suburb where the party was holding its 19th anniversary.
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