By A Correspondent |MDC Alliance leader President Nelson Chamisa has bemoaned the death of media freedom in Zimbabwe.
Speaking after the inauguration of the seventh President of the republic of Zambia, Hakainde Hichilema on Tuesday, President Chamisa said he last appeared on national television when he was a Member of Parliament long back.
President Chamisa also accused the Zanu PF leader Emmerson Mnangagwa of using the COVID-19 pandemic to suppress the will of the people.
“In Zimbabwe we only have one television station, which is a bizarre scenario.
It is sad to note that as the leader of the alternative, I am being denied coverage.
They don’t even allow me to express my views on national television.
Despite the setbacks, we are unshakable and unbreakable,” said President Chamisa.
The MDC Alliance leader also scoffed at the “Twitter President” claims…
” They ( Zanu PF bigwigs) say I am a Twitter President…
I am happy they acknowledge that I am a President,” said President Chamisa.