01 Feb, 2022 | Posted By: Staff Reporter
Zanu-PF Wants Chamisa’s CCC Barred From Using The Yellow Color

Chamisa’s CCC Should Be Barred From Using The Yellow Colour – Zanu PF

The ruling Zanu PF party has claimed that Nelson Chamisa’s newly formed Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) plagiarised their yellow theme colour adding that it should be barred from using it since it may confuse the electorate.

After the new party name and theme were announced last week, many people were hooked on an initiative to promote the brand.reports that while addressing a gathering to mark Zanu PF by-election campaign in Chitungwiza on Sunday, Zanu PF’s acting youth league deputy secretary Tendai Chirau, provincial chairperson Godwills Masimirembwa and deputy national political commissar Omega Hungwe said Chamisa’s party must be ignored.

Masimirembwa said:

“They want to shine with the yellow colour. Yellow has always been a Zanu PF colour. It is our special colour as Zanu PF because we brought independence. Yellow represents the wealth of the country. The wealth of this country was brought in the country from whites by Zanu PF and not by CCC.”

Responding to the Zanu PF claims, CCC spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere said:

“Yellow is a colour that symbolises hope, energy and a fresh start. The CCC citizen movement has thrown Zanu PF into panic mode so they are desperately trying to dampen the spirits of the people who are ready to win the nation for change. They won’t succeed. CCC is here to stay. CCC is here ready to lead. CCC is ready to secure victory.”

Last week, the colour yellow trended as the CCC party introduced #YellowFriday.

The CCC urged citizens to wear a touch of yellow on Fridays as a statement of hope for a brighter Zimbabwe.

“Happy Yellow Friday Zimbabwe! Today marks the beginning of #YellowFridays Let’s do this untill victory! Organize all yellow events.! Each week let’s remind each other of the Yellow Revolution by commemorating YellowFridays! hYello Zimbabwe it’s a new day! Its


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