Engaging Mugabe insults the fight for democracy: Zim PF warns Mutasa

Former minister of state security Didymus Mutasa has been condemned by his former colleagues in the Zimbabwe People First party after media reports suggested that he was seeking an audience with President Mugabe.  Mutasa has fallen on hard times and was reportedly seeking help from President Mugabe.  Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) spokesperson Kudakwashe Bhasikiti said:

ZimPF strongly condemns any attempts to engage Robert Mugabe or curry favour with him.

We are seriously disturbed by media reports suggesting that Mutasa, who happens to be a former leader in our movement, has been seeking to meet Robert Mugabe.

It is our fervent hope that the media reports are not true considering the dire implications of making overtures to a dictator who has run down our country and is causing untold suffering for millions of people.

While Mr Mutasa is no longer part of the ZimPF team, we urge him to publicly rebut claims that he is making overtures to engage Mugabe and practically demonstrate that he will not do so at any time.

Engaging Mugabe would send a very bad message to the nation and insults the fight for democracy and a new dispensation in Zimbabwe

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