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CCC removes Chamisa’s face from its logo

Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) has removed Nelson Chamisa’s face from its logo.

“We wish to notify you of our official logos for party and election business. The one with a white background and yellow circle at the center is for party business while the one with the Change Champion in Chief’s image is our election symbol. Vote for Change,” said the party.

Meanwhile CCC spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere emphasized that the party shall use the “symbol” with Chamisa’s image when contesting in elections.

She said: “As stated by our Change Champion in Chief, President @nelsonchamisa, this is our new party logo which represents a fresh new start that puts the citizens at the centre.

“Our party symbol which we use for election & campaign purposes remains the same.”

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