MDC Clarifies Chamisa Remarks On China: Say Deals Must Be Of National Interest, Not Mortgaging The Country

The MDC-T party has released a statement refuting alleged malicious falsehoods attributed to Nelson Chamisa by the Herald. Presidential Spokesperson Luke Tamnorinyoka said that Chamisa had said that he would review all business deals to make sure that they prioritised national interest.  In a statement Tamborinyoka said,

Correction of The Herald story

…President Chamisa calls for an audit of all business deals

The MDC dismisses malicious falsehoods peddled by the state-owned newspaper, The Herald attributing certain statements to the People’s President Nelson Chamisa.

The gist and essence of President Chamisa’s well-received speech at the May Day celebrations was that the MDC will not allow the mortgaging of this country for political expediency. The new, incoming Chamisa administration will engage in smart partnerships with all progressive partners so that Zimbabwe is best for investment, good for business and prosperous for its citizens. As such, the MDC government will audit all business deals and those that fail the national interest test will be reviewed.

The people’s President believes in genuine investment, genuine mutual benefit of business and the people of Zimbabwe, and in the transformation of the overall outlook of this nation. Indeed, with an MDC government, Zimbabwe is set for transformation, opportunity and prosperity

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2 comments on “MDC Clarifies Chamisa Remarks On China: Say Deals Must Be Of National Interest, Not Mortgaging The Country

  1. I side with Chamisa Chinese are exploiting our people in Africa.poor working condition ,under paying and even bringing Chinese all the way .to do work in our nation’s why the citizens are jobless.

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