Tsvangirai Approached Mnangagwa In A Bid To Form Transitional Govt

Speaking at a press conference on Wednesday, MDC-T vice-president Advocate Nelson Chamisa revealed that his boss Morgan Tsvangirai approached President Emmerson Mnangagwa in a bid to form a transitional government.

Chamisa was dispelling claims by Mnangagwa’s special advisor Christopher Mutsvangwa, who said that Tsvangirai had turned down a request to include MDC-T MPs in the current administration’s cabinet. Said Chamisa:

We realise and acknowledge that there has been a deliberate attempt to distort the reality as pertaining to what transpired. We had a position as an alliance, which position was that we were supposed to have an inclusive arrangement, a transnational mechanism so that we prepare for free and fair election. And president Tsvangirai, as a democrat, as a national leader, as a statesman went out of his way to make sure that he kick-starts the process, but unfortunately, there were no takers of this inclusive arrangement. Government intended then to portray MDC-T as a spoiler.

More: Herald

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One Comment on “Tsvangirai Approached Mnangagwa In A Bid To Form Transitional Govt

  1. Please I blv Dambudzo he will bring back Zimbabwe lets stop saying he is still Mugabe hand no no that is y he was kick out because he was born again in the part ZANU -PF

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