THE later former President Robert Mugabe’s son, Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe says MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa is a force to reckon with, at least on media.
In a Twitter post on Thursday, Chatunga said if anyone wants to bring trouble to themselves they must insult Chamisa or Zim dancehall music icon Winky D.
“Wanzira Chamisa kana Winky D kana uchida kuona kuti upenyu hwako hwepa Sosho media hunounyana seshizha rabva pana mai varo,” Chatunga wrote in the Shona language.
The tweet reached Chamsia who acknowledged it by retweeting it with a caption, “Oh this one is another level!!”
On the eve on the 2018 elections, the late Mugabe said he could not vote for those who tormented him, implored Zimbabweans to vote for Chamisa to return the country to legality, democracy and constitutionality.
“I won’t vote for people who have tormented me. I’ll make my choice among the other 22,” said Mugabe.
“Let them (Zimbabweans) decide. There should be a big no to guns. Never again experience a situation where the army is used to thrust one man (Mnangagwa) into power.”
Many Zimbabweans believe Mugabe voted Chamisa in the 2018 Presidential elections.
However, others believe the MDC leader ship’s association with Mugabe, who for decades tormented many opposition supporters and is accused for the death of hundreds of them in 2008, cost Chamisa the vote.