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Chamisa ‘rallies online troops’ amid Jonathan Moyo backlash

CITIZENS Coalition for Change president Nelson Chamisa on Friday appeared to encourage his supporters to turn on the heat on exiled former information minister Professor Jonathan Moyo.

This comes after Moyo led criticism over the party’s lack of structures and his description of the formation as a secret society.

In an encrypted twitter post on Friday after Moyo’s acolytes had demanded that he intervenes and holds off his supporters, Chamisa charged “it’s time for change in Zimbabwe. Imagine it. Believe it. Bring it. Embrace it and behold it!! Play your part #FakaPressure Blessed Friday.”

One Mufudze Kwenda immediately responded “munhu ngaatukwe. Vanhu vanojairira zvisana basa #FakaPressure.”

Webster Ngoni responded “mayouth this is your message take it to heart and find what you can do to #FakaPressure because this is the signal.”

One Nyandoro added “President I think it’s time youths unfollow accounts that comes with negative energy. Jonathan Moyo is on an agenda to distract the youth so we must #UnfollowJonathanMoyo.”

On Thursday Moyo had charged; “Since #CCC is ‘structureless’ and constitution-less its leaders, who ironically are a structure, are using silence as a strategy to get its members to support unilateral and illegal Western sanctions, demonise land reform and revere Ian Smith and, by extension, Cecil Rhodes!

“The consequence of #CCC‘s refusal to be transparent about its structures is that the party has become deviant; effectively operating as a secret society, and employing political delinquency, such as the glorification of Ian Smith by its supporters, as a political strategy!”