Tsvangirai’s Statement On Visit By President Mnangagwa And General Chiwenga

President Mnangagwa came just as President Tsvangirai was about to leave the country for his routine medical checkup.

We thank President Mnangagwa for his gesture to come and pay a visit to the former Prime Minister of the land. We thank him for his gesture, which is in keeping with our African culture.

In the 45-minute closed-door meeting, President Mnangagwa was accompanied by Vice President Chiwenga. The two leaders discussed the current dire situation in the country, the plight of the people, the cash crisis afflicting the country, the urgency of free and fair elections to ensure a return to legitimacy as well as the need to engage the international community so that the country rejoins the family of nations.

The two also discussed other issues of national importance.

In President Tsvangirai’s absence, Vice President Elias Mudzuri is acting President while the other two Vice Presidents will be in charge of their assigned tasks; with VP Khupe in charge of party administration while VP Chamisa will continue to drive the MDC alliance and the party’s policy programme.

Luke Tamborinyoka
Presidential spokesperson and Director of Communications
Movement for Democratic Change

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Luke TamborinyokaElias MudzuriMovement for Democratic Change

Luke Tamborinyoka is a politician, presidential spokesperson of MDC-T and director of communications of the party. Read More About Luke Tamborinyoka

Elias Mudzuri is a Zimbabwean engineer, politician and member of parliament for Warren Park. He is a former mayor of Harare, and was the minister of energy in the Government of National Unity. He is a member of the MDC-T led by Morgan Tsvangirai for... Read More About Elias Mudzuri

The Movement for Democratic Change - Tsvangirayi (MDC-T) formerly just the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) is the main opposition party in Zimbabwe formed in an era of economic melt down and political unrest in 1999. The party was part of Zimbabwe's Government of National... Read More About Movement for Democratic Change


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3 comments on “Tsvangirai’s Statement On Visit By President Mnangagwa And General Chiwenga

  1. A plus for ED. This showing us maturity in politics. To be a father of the nation comes with maturity. A plus to the first lady. Visiting the womens in prison. She could have have chosen to go shop but chose to be with fellow Zimbabweans to identify with their problems. Please continue to be a mother. We need that.

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