CITIZENS’ Coalition for Change (CCC) president, Nelson Chamisa’s leadership skills, his approach to the opposition’s protracted fight against Zanu PF and prospects for an electoral win next year are being questioned by party leaders at the highest level, NewZimbabwe.com has learnt.
Chamisa, as happened in 2018, is in 2023 expected to battle it out for presidency against incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa in what will largely be a two-horse race.
His lieutenants, some of whom intimated their misgivings about the youthful politician to NewZimbabwe.com, believe he has not done enough to wrestle power from Zanu PF.
Chamisa’s ‘dictatorial’ approach, disregard for ‘sober and genuine’ criticism and failure to setup structures that will challenge Zanu PF’s
juggernaut in rural areas especially have been pointed out as some of his flaws.