Thousands of people have filed into Gwanzura Stadium for the Movement for Democratic Change’s 19th anniversary celebrations.
MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is expected to speak.
Chamisa said on Twitter this morning that he would be giving the nation and the world “our vision, views, direction and solutions to move Zimbabwe forward.”
Leadership is simply about others. Your voice is our voice. Today, at our 19th anniversary rally, I will be giving the nation and the world our vision, views, direction and solutions to move Zimbabwe forward.What do you suggest we focus upon as the way forward??#MDC@19
— Nelson Chamisa (@nelsonchamisa) October 27, 2018
All set for 19th Anniversary celebrations
All is set for the MDC’s mega 19th Anniversary celebrations slated for Gwanzura stadium tomorrow.
The much awaited celebrations are being held under the theme MDC @ 19: Claiming the People’s Victory.
Come one, come all to this year’s celebrations as we take time to reflect our past achievements and chart the way forward for the great people’s movement as well as Zimbabwe as a whole.
For 19 years the MDC has fought a valiant fight against tyranny, authoritarianism and dictatorship.
In this tough struggle, the MDC has gone through serious highs and lows including the deaths of many of its gallant members such as the late doyen of democracy, and founding President Dr. Morgan Richard Tsvangirai whom we lost on the 14th February 2018.
Our anniversary is thus a key milestone in recognizing our greatest achievement, namely, surviving 19 years of a brutal onslaught by a brutal regime.
Tomorrow is a day of reflection of the MDC journey and a moment to celebrate the victories of the Zimbabwean people in the past two decades, victories against all odds.
Let us collectively chat the way forward.
MDC @19: Claiming the People’s Victory
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