Zim Will Not Get Any Money, You Can’t Rig Legitimacy: Tendai Biti

MDC Alliance principal and former minister of finance Tendai Biti has said that the international community is not going to accept President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s victory due to alleged rigging. Biti went to on to say, that the flawed election will have negative consequences for the country as no money would come into the country. Speaking to the Daily Maverick, Biti said

The international community is not going to be fooled by this madness. We will make sure they don’t get a cent. I can’t tell you how but I can tell you we have done it before

You can rig elections, but you can’t rig legitimacy. You can rig elections, but you can’t rig the economy, you can’t rig trust and confidence. I don’t know why the State never learns. You can’t rig the social contract, you can’t rig decency, you can’t rig trust.

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8 comments on “Zim Will Not Get Any Money, You Can’t Rig Legitimacy: Tendai Biti

  1. What makes MDC supporters think that everyone in Zimbabwe voted for them? Not all people like your party that’s why people voted and your party lost. Mind boggling to see you advocating for sanctions and continued suffering of the very people whom you pretend to represent. You incite violence, you claim you won the elections well before the votes were even counted and you claim you are on the hit list, people will slowly start to view you as jokers! You did so well to score 44%, build on that achievement and unite all opposition parties and get ready for 2023. Keep that government under checks and balances, that’s what the opposition is there for. The current crop of MDC leadership appear to be selfish and not very mature politically. Good luck with V11 forms,,

  2. But Chamisa must first send the girl he promised Mnangagwa once he would get more than 5% of the vote cast now that he has even lost to ED

    1. the girl akanzi if mnangagwa can win a free and fair elections which obviously he didnt saka hapana mskana akuenda ikoko

  3. Here Biti has come clean,the mdc alliance is behind the fall of this economy,itz clearly an interested part bec of their losing elections;they are lying to investors blocking them to come to invest zimbabwe for selfish reasons-Biti has clearly declared today

    1. investors should never come to zim becoz there is a bogus government, I am with you Biti 100% because nothing good will ever come out with zanu pf in charge of the country, no 1 in their right mind can ever trust zanu pf

  4. Pasi naBiti he will never rule Zimbabwe. Zanu chiwororo. You end up going to stay in America saMapfumo.God is good allow the dust to settle , you the opposition will be so jealousy on the developments and job creation that is going to take place in Zimbabwe. You lost the grip on your Westen friends a long time ago. Scare tactics don’t work , the really business man who wants to make money will not listen to your noise. It’s good now that we know that you are a sell out. We always treat as one.Silence is golden just watch vakuru vakanyarara avo, he combines the whole MDCtop leaderships brains and he beats them alone, if you didn’t know. Next is the commonwealth club, we will be soon invited to join and you will cry and cry until no more. Kushata sechinyawo.

  5. i totaly agree with you Mr Biti, I want more sanctions imposed on this military junta government, because zvagara hapana chinochinja weather sanctions or not, those zanu pf clowns never cared about any1 in the country dont mind these people who thinks the sanctions are for zim when they are targeted at zanu pf officials. PAMBERI NEMA SANCTIONS.

  6. Investors look for opportunities and return on investment and the investors do not need to be told by Biti about such opportunities, they will their own due diligence and make informed decisions. It is for this fact that Zimbabwe is home to the 1st & 2nd world leaders of platinum production, Unki (Anglo) & Zimplats. What is needed is improvement on easy of doing business and putting the right team in place to deliver.

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