Chamisa’s Call For Transitional Govt Is Malicious And Unacceptable- Information Minister

In an exclusive interview with 263Chat today, Deputy Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, Energy Mutodi dismissed MDC President Nelson Chamisa’s call for a National Transitional Authority to take the country forward, saying it is malicious and unacceptable.

Mutodi said the legitimacy issue was resolved by the election and the only transitional authority that is coming is the Transitional Stabilisation Program launched by Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube. Said Mutodi:

But for him to come to the President and say we want a transitional authority, there is no legitimacy on the government is wrong and that is malicious and unacceptable. Issues to do with legitimacy of government have been resolved by the election. There is no transitional authority that is coming save for the Transitional Stabilisation Program that the government introduced for the current period until 2020. The transitional government that has been proposed by the war veterans during former President Robert Mugabe’s rule is now irrelevant. We are a new government with a five year term which we were given by the people of Zimbabwe. And it is this new government led by his excellence President ED Mnangagwa that has now introduced what we call TSP with the aim to stabilise the economy. There is no transitional government that is coming because there is a government in place which is fulfilling its mandate.

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2 comments on “Chamisa’s Call For Transitional Govt Is Malicious And Unacceptable- Information Minister

  1. A response….. but in tone departs from the sentiments of a constructive debate of tolerance sooner digressing into ranks of unsolicited abrasive intolerance and informed by institutionalized dispensational arrogance. Paradox, all are Zimbabweans but tragically cannot not see eye to eye not because they uphold peoples’ mandate but power struggle has prominence in the button wielding camp.

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