File Pic | CCC President CDE Nelson Chamisa with CCC members of Parliament

Team Pachedu, a prominent Zimbabwean opposition group, they have called on the members of Parliament in the Constitutional Court of Zimbabwe (CCC) to bring in a motion to impeach President Emmerson Mnangagwa. The group alleges that the President has violated the constitution by manipulating the Delimitation process and enabling the looting of Zimbabwe’s natural resources.

Team Pachedu’s call for action comes at a time when the country is grappling with economic challenges and rising poverty levels. The opposition group asserts that President Mnangagwa’s actions have only worsened the situation for Zimbabweans.

The Delimitation process in Zimbabwe is critical for ensuring that constituencies are fairly represented in Parliament. The opposition group alleges that President Mnangagwa has tampered with this process to gain an unfair advantage for his ruling party, ZANU-PF. This, they say, is a clear violation of the constitution.

Team Pachedu also accuses the President of enabling the looting of Zimbabwe’s natural resources. Zimbabwe is a resource-rich country, but much of the wealth generated from these resources does not benefit ordinary citizens. Instead, the opposition group alleges that the President and his cronies have been siphoning off the country’s resources for their own personal gain.

In their tweet, Team Pachedu implores the CCC MPs to take action and not just issue statements. They assert that Zimbabweans are looking up to them to take decisive action and hold the President accountable for his actions.

It remains to be seen whether the CCC MPs will heed Team Pachedu’s call for action. However, the opposition group’s tweet has sparked discussions on social media, with many Zimbabweans expressing support for their call for impeachment.

The situation in Zimbabwe is complex, and the country is facing numerous challenges. However, one thing is clear – Zimbabweans are calling for accountability and transparency from their leaders. It is now up to the CCC MPs to act on this call and uphold the constitution of Zimbabwe.

Source – MasimbaMedia✍🏿

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