There Is No Difference Between ED And Mugabe, Nothing Has Changed: Joice Mujuru

Former Vice President and leader of the opposition National People’s Party (NPP) and the People’s Rainbow Coalition, Joice Mujuru, has said that nothing has changed since former president Robert Mugabe was ousted and replaced by his former aide, President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Mujuru insisted that the whole system needs to go for real change to occur. Speaking to New Zimbabwe, Mujuru said

But the whole regime and its system, they must all go; nothing has changed politically, economically and even on dealing with issues of corruption.

Speaking on the opposition coalition talks, Mujuru said:

Despite spending so much time on coalition talks, we agreed on how to take the country forward economically, foreign policies and international relations.

But we did not agree on issues of top to bottom approach, the use of MDC-T logo and presidential candidate because MDC-T negotiators said it had to be Tsvangirai or no deal.

Their argument was with 17 years in opposition, they are the oldest opposition party in the country hence their president must lead the coalition.

More: New Zimbabwe


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2 comments on “There Is No Difference Between ED And Mugabe, Nothing Has Changed: Joice Mujuru

  1. Same people needs those spiritual spectacles to see,moreover our target for rating ED is 100 days,Maybe Mujuru has joined a club of prophets.may i ask Dr Mujuru how long it took you to launch Zpf after your expalsion from Zanu pf? Same thought that was the end of you but here you’re,keep watching ED is up for great things,have you ever thought Mugabe would fall this way.
    Going #ED 100 Days International starndered.

  2. Dr Mujuru stop being selfish here. We want a leader of the Caulition who stands a chance to deafit ZANU PF. Besides just as Dr Mujuru sees no changes in Mnangagwa taking over, people might wonder what changes can we expect from a former VP who spent so many years working for ZANU and RGM?
    Probably MDC-T was not diplomatic enough in their wanting MDC-T leader leading the coalition, even if it is an obvious choice, every thing must be negotiated. In South Africa, during the first Democratic Elections, Mandela negotiated with many leaders, some may agree that Mandela was an obvious choice, but he chose diplomacy.

    Having a Presidential election of Mnangagwa on one hand versus Dr Mujuru on the other, people may see no change which Dr Mujuru is referring above.

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