Chamisa Dismisses Reports That UK, EU Have Approached Him To Broker Compromise Deal For Him To Work With Mnangagwa

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has dismissed reports that diplomats from the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom (UK) have engaged him in an attempt to broker a compromise deal. The deal would see Chamisa as the leader of the opposition and his chief whip getting formal government positions and would be paid by the state. However, speaking to NewsDay, Chamisa said,

For the record, no one has approached me with an indication of progressive engagement on nation-building. Not that I want, but to move the country forward there should be genuine engagement, not about power, but people,” Chamisa said.

I engaged the various embassies on behalf of the MDC Alliance and to discuss what we think are the issues going forward. As you know, we have been given a window period to consult our people and we are alive to the fact that the people are determined to resolve their own issues.

Instead, Chamisa has insisted that the July 30 elections were rigged and has blamed the disputed election for the recent price increases.


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2 comments on “Chamisa Dismisses Reports That UK, EU Have Approached Him To Broker Compromise Deal For Him To Work With Mnangagwa

  1. amana siyai mukomana amboita wallow in self pity and despair anyatsoziva kuti akabhaiza akaruza zvekuswero mukwidza ndege yemashanga iyi idololo

  2. this Chamisa is a nobody and no one will seek any dialogue with him whatsoever, the Problem with him is that he just wishes if that can happen and he should stop day dreaming and think about reality, he lost the election and nothing will change.

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