Posting on his micro blog twitter yesterday, Moyo maintained that the 2018 election was stolen and endorsed by the Constitutional Court last Friday.
“Me Chamisa’s advisor? I’m flattered to learn from the reliable Sunday Mail that out of the blue, the junta has appointed me as Nelson Chamisa‘s advisor. I hope Chamisa will confirm this great appointment, for which I expect to be remunerated handsomely,
“The regime is insecure in its claims of election and ConCourt victories. The junta knows that both were frauds. I’m not MDC and I’m not Chamisa’s advisor. But I know as do the majority of Zimbabweans that the election was stolen and the theft was endorsed by the ConCourt.” he said.
“Let’s get the facts and figures right. If I were Chamisa’s advisor, I wouldn’t advise him to form a political party when even fools know he is Tsvangirai’s successor as MDC leader. But I would tell him to stay the course with the over 2,6 million Zimbabweans who voted for him,” added Moyo.
Meanwhile Chamisa has dismissed allegations that he is getting advice from Moyo with his spokesperson Dr Nkululeko Sibanda describing the claims as of no value.
“President Chamisa is intelligent he does not need advice,” Sibanda said.
Chamisa has since rejected the Friday Constitutional Court ruling and has made steps to reach the Banjul Commission in his fight to reverse President Mnangagwa’s controversial victory in the 30 July harmonized elections.
Chamisa has lately been alleged to be working in cahoots with the former head of state, Robert Mugabe prior to the harmonized elections in a bid to defeat the incumbent with the latter having said he will not vote for the people who tormented him during the November 2017 military intervention that saw him deposed from power after 37 years.
In a quick turn of events, yesterday Mugabe congratulated President Mnangagwa for winning 2018 presidential election on the back of pressure from the war veterans association who threatened to pull off his name from the country’s international airport named after him among other recognition that had been credited to the nonagenarian.