From Bernard Chiketo
Controversial Sungura musician-politician Hosea Chipanga called on MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa to respond to the call for unity from President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
He told the Daily News on Sunday that unity of purpose between them would be beneficial for the entire country, adding that only the & # 39; devil and evil forces & # 39; would be able to lose from an end to the bickering.
"From a spiritual point of view, the best solution and the wisest idea that Chamisa and the opposition in general can do for the country and Zimbabweans is to respond to President Mnangagwa's call to unite, live and work together as a family for the benefit of of both the dead and the living.
"In this movement, the only loser and the biggest loser will be none other than the devil himself and evil forces.With the same movement, God and Zimbabweans are the winners," said Chipanga.
Chamisa refused to accept a defeat and said that the polling result was in favor of his archenemy.
On 10 August he transferred his case to the Constitutional Court (Con-Court), where the entire bank judged him unanimously.
Chamisa escalates the game by addressing his election challenge to the African Commission on Human Rights, which, however, is not competent to overturn the Con-Court judgment.