Chamisa approves Zimbabwe land reform policy, unveils Chimurenga Che China

HARARE - Citizens Coalition for Change leader Nelson Chamisa has backed the controversial Zimbabwe land reform policy embarked by Zanu PF during the reign of the late President Robert Mugabe in the late 1990s to early 2000s.

HARARE – Citizens Coalition for Change leader Nelson Chamisa has backed the controversial Zimbabwe land reform policy embarked by Zanu PF during the reign of the late President Robert Mugabe in the late 1990s to early 2000s.

Chamisa approved the program during a massive Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) Yellow Sunday in Harare where he unveiled ‘Chimurenga Che China’ (Fourth Chimurenga).

“I came to declare that CCC means Chimurenga CheZimbabwe Chechina,” he said.

“Let me tell you, the first one was the First Chimurenga while the second Chimurenga was done in pursuit of black people’s freedom.

“The third Chimurenga had other issues we disagreed with but it was important to us for land to be returned to the children of Zimbabwe,” said Chamisa.

The popular leader of the alternative party told the attendees of the Yellow Sunday Rally at Zimbabwe Grounds in Highfields, Harare that the controversial policy was the way to go.

“I unreservedly agree with the land reform minus the other challenges of violence,” said Chamisa.

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