By A Correspondent| Opposition MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday told Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation that local television station ZBCTV never grants him interviews.
Chamisa said Zimbabwe did not have an independent television station, a situation that has resulted in critics calling him a Twitter President.
The firebrand politician uses social to send out messages to his supporters as he has no access to national radio and television stations.
“We only have one television station in Zimbabwe.”
“There’s no independent television station, since Independence–something that is bizarre and unheard of.”
Chamisa added that the opposition movement relies on community channels of communication and social media. As a result, critics label him the “Twitter president”, but he is unmoved.