You will soon Experience a better quality of life, Chamisa Promises Zimbabweans Civil Servants , Urges Security Forces to be loyal to the Citizens

Politics Zimbabwean Elections 2023

By Mujibha Ziwewera

HARARE|Citizens Coalition for Change President, CDE Nelson Chamisa, has taken to social media to share an inspiring message of hope and resilience to civil servants and uniformed patriotic officers in Zimbabwe. In a tweet shared this morning, Chamisa acknowledged the difficult circumstances that these individuals have been facing in recent times, urging them to remain strong, non-partisan, and loyal to Zimbabwe and its citizens.

Chamisa’s message was one of professionalism over cadreship, reminding those in service that their primary duty is to uphold the values of the profession they have chosen, rather than serving the interests of any political group. He also assured them that even in the darkest hour, there is hope for a brighter future, and that the sun will soon rise in Zimbabwe.

The Citizens Coalition for Change President went on to speak directly to civil servants and uniformed officers, promising them that their hard work will soon pay off, and that they will soon experience a better quality of life. He spoke of a Zimbabwe where people have rewarding jobs, their own currency, electricity, water, high-speed internet, and the best roads, schools, and hospitals. Chamisa emphasized that this is not just a dream but a possibility that can be realized if people come together and take action.

Chamisa’s tweet was a call to action for all Zimbabweans, urging them to register to vote and take part in the upcoming elections. He believes that the power to effect change lies with the people, and that through their collective efforts, Zimbabwe can become a great nation once again.

The message from CDE Nelson Chamisa is one of hope, resilience, and unity. It is a reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always hope for a better future. His call to action is a challenge to all Zimbabweans to come together, put aside their differences, and work towards a common goal of a better Zimbabwe.

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