Nelson Chamisa's House And Cars

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Nelson Chamisa, a politician from Zimbabwe and the current leader of the Citizens Coalition for Change, was born on February 2 1978. He represented Kuwadzana East in Harare as a member of the Zimbabwean House of Assembly.

After serving as the head of the party's youth assembly, Chamisa ran for president in the 2018 general election on the MDC Alliance's behalf.

He formerly held the positions of Secretary for Information and Publicity for the opposition party Movement for Democratic Change as well as Chair of the National Youth Committee for the same party (MDC). Chamisa, then 25 years old, was elected as the youngest member of parliament in 2003.

In 2009, Nelson served as Zimbabwe's Government of National Unity's youngest cabinet minister.

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Nelson Chamisa's Net Worth

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Nelson Chamisa, a well-known politician, is thought to have a $5 million net worth. He is regarded as one of Zimbabwe's wealthiest politicians, which is plainly apparent from the manner he campaigns and behaves in the nation.

Nelson Chamisa's House and Cars


Nelson Chamisa owns a home, a car, and other expensive possessions. He leads a full and expensive life, but he hasn't yet disclosed the number, kinds, and locations of his homes and vehicles. Despite being wealthy, it has been challenging to determine his exact net worth.

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Nelson Chamisa's career

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When Chamisa was elected president of the Harare Polytechnic Student Representative Council (SRC) in 1998, he made his political debut during his time in college. He was suspended by the college administration when they became aware of his presence and suspected him of encouraging violence in Chegutu.

He wasn't accepted again until a High Court decision. Despite this, he persisted in his activism and was ultimately elected Secretary-General of the Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) in 1999.

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Prior to his run for president, Chamisa served as a member of the political party for Kuwadzana East. At the age of 25, Chamisa set a new record for youth in Zimbabwean politics in 2003 when he was elected as the youngest Member of Parliament. When he was named Minister of Information and Communication Technology in 2009, he was also the youngest cabinet minister in Zimbabwe's Government of National Unity.

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Immediately following the passing of the party's then-president, Morgan Tsvangirai, in mid-February 2018, a National Council meeting named Chamisa acting president. The co-vice presidents of the party, Thokozani Khupe and Elias Mudzuri, however, engaged in a number of disputes over the decision's legitimacy.

Chamisa was elected president of the MDC-T at a national executive and national council meeting on March 1, 2018. Chamisa was defeated by Emmerson Mnangagwa in the presidential election in August 2018 despite receiving 44.3 per cent of the vote to Mnangagwa's 50.8 per cent.

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