President tells Chamisa to go to court

The MDC Alliance maybe on the verge of pulling out of the upcoming elections after ZEC turned down some of their demands and police refused to authorise their demo.
The MDC Alliance maybe on the verge of pulling out of the upcoming elections after ZEC turned down some of their demands and police refused to authorise their demo.

Mutare – President Emmerson Mnangangwa on Friday urged opposition leader Nelson Chamisa to approach the courts if he has grievances with ZEC.

Addressing party supporters in Mutare the veteran leader said special courts have been established to handle electoral cases.

“Kana anenge anotseka nezve ZEC ngaaende kumadzitare emhosva (those with grievance should go to court)” Mnangangwa said.

Southern Africa Development Committee (SADC) observer mission urged all aggrieved political parties to use the courts to settle disagreements.

Chamisa declared that he had reached a stalemate position with ZEC and promised that he would occupy ZEC had headquarters if his demands are not met.

Addressing supporters in Bulawayo, Chamisa said he would not approach courts to handle electoral issues.

‘Our courts are infiltrated by Zanu PF, ED says take it to court. I’m not that dull,’

‘I won’t go and play with you in your bedroom. We will go to the people. We will decide it in the court of public opinion.’ Chamisa said.