Main opposition Citizens Coalition for Change President Nelson Chamisa has characteristically implored on hard-pressed Zimbabweans to ‘get ready for (their) new government’, insisting that nothing will stop his yellow-colored political movement from romping to victory in harmonised elections slated for next year.

In 2018 and as MDC-Alliance president, Chamisa controversially lost to Zanu PF leader Emmerson Mnangagwa in a tightly contested presidential election, whose outcome ended up being decided by the Constitutional Court.

Four years on- and barely a year before Zimbabweans vote again- all that Chamisa seems to have is hope that ‘this time, it is happening’.

The CCC leader took to his Twitter handle this Monday morning to encourage Zimbabweans to massively register to vote in 2023, adding that it is ‘our moment’.

Said Chamisa on Twitter:

“GOOD MORNING ZIMBABWE…Get ready for your New government, a CITIZENS GOVERNMENT. This is Our Zimbabwe, Our land. #Thistime it’s happening. It’s Our turn. It’s Our moment. Nomakanjani! Play your part for a landslide CITIZENS VICTORY. #RegisterToVoteZW #fakapressure

Below, we publish comments from some internet users on the micro-blogging social networking platform:

“There is a lot (that needs) to be done. I was in Murehwa during the weekend (and) what we see on Twitter is totally different from what is on the ground. Instead of giving false hope, encourage people to do what is necessary to get rural vote. Or else history is going to repeat itself— @Yvie_Bae

Play your part!— @yingi_edwin

You think it is easy nhai my party is to tell the truth— @Yvie_Bae

Is it difficult to encourage people to register to vote?– @yingi_edwin

Were you in Mrehwa for your birthday or our President @ CCC sent yu. Maybe you have been there for few hours, probably getting smashed. Did you engaged with the voters, did you move the whole of Mrehwa door to door. What makes you think your feedback is necessary.— @directortm55

Iwe zvawanga uri kwaMurehwa wakaitei do the job ukuda zviitwe nani what we’re fighting for is not going to benefit Mr Nelson alone but every citizen achazipigwa nedapuraunanzva hutongi hwejekerere a gutsaruzhinji government,do your part kwa Murehwa ku Kotwa kwese kwese shoko ikok— @SonOfHisFather6

Ka Attention seeker aka.— @babakundi

This is a citizen project not chamisa project. Pawaona panoda kugadzirisa wogadzirisa. It’s your duty as a responsible citizen— @blessingmuradz4