Chamisa, Mujuru In Talks To Form Coalition Against Mnangagwa

National People’s Party (NPP) spokesperson Jefferson Chitando confirmed MDC Allaince presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa and NPP leader Joice Mujuru are in talks, saying these have reached an advanced stage.

Said Chitando:

Since the death of (founding MDC president Morgan) Tsvangirai in February, talks between the two parties for a coalition have never stopped and it is our hope that the talks will be concluded as soon as possible because that is the only way we can have Zimbabwe working again. Mujuru has been meeting other leaders of opposition parties lately although I cannot tell you details but it is reality that meetings have been held not only with Chamisa but with other leaders as well.

When contacted for comment by Daily News, Chamisa’s spokesperson Luke Tamborinyoka referred questions to MDC-T acting spokesperson Thabitha Khumalo saying he was on study leave. Khumalo was not immediately available for a comment. However, Chamisa told MDC supporters at Pelandaba Stadium in Gwanda last weekend that he had approached Mujuru and Zapu president Dumiso Dabengwa.

More: Daily News

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One Comment on “Chamisa, Mujuru In Talks To Form Coalition Against Mnangagwa

  1. Uku wava kudhibha. Chamisa honestly has enough support but getting together with Joyce Mujuru there must be a catch this woman has always operated with a hidden agenda I hope Chamisa is aware of that Davengwa And Mujuru while Chamisa may think they will help him counter Emmerson they have their own things in mind Magandanga they have no respect for Povo moreover they have all been outsmarted by ED you are taking in a Mountain Cobra and a puffadder I hope to God you know what you are doing by nature these two are treacherous people Davengwa staged a failed uprising Mujuru something to do with Tongo why do you think she remains loyal to Bob wake up these are not in the same league with you mate

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