Chamisa Woos ED Support Base, Pledges Land Security
MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has reportedly stated that his envisaged government will not repossess land parceled out to black Zimbabweans under ousted President Robert Mugabe’s controversial land reform process since 2000.
According to reports, Chamisa said there was nothing to inspire confidence the new farmers will remain owners of the land after being assured by President Mnangagwa.
Addressing thousands of MDC Alliance supporters at a rally in Bindura, Chamisa promised to issue title deeds to farmers who benefited from the process.
“As it stands, those who benefited have not settled yet. You are still squatters,” said the opposition presidential contender.
“You have been threatened that if Chamisa wins, you will lose your farms, but I say there is no reverse on land reform.
“Instead, we will move from land reform to agrarian reform to make sure we are now building he economy, market and infrastructure for all farmers. Government services must be available to citizens.
“They gave you 99-year leases; but we are giving you title deeds, a permanent settlement wherever you want, and you will stay forever.
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