Chamisa’s Refusal To Accept Defeat Blamed For Political Polarisation, Low Investor Confidence

JSM Strategic Pathways Managing Consultant Joe Mutizwa has blamed MDC leader Nelson Chamisa for causing political polarisation which in turn caused low investor confidence.

Matizwa said this during a US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health Policy, on Thursday. Said Mutizwa:

The legal challenges against the election results at the Constitutional Court and the refusal by the main opposition to accept the legitimacy of President elect Emmerson Mnangagwa has resulted in deep political polarization which has severely dented business confidence for both foreign and domestic investors. While the polarization is a reality it is also a fact that the ruling party emerged from the election with a two thirds majority in Parliament thus giving it a strong mandate to carry out the required legislative reforms particularly those needed to align existing laws to the 2013 constitution.


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5 comments on “Chamisa’s Refusal To Accept Defeat Blamed For Political Polarisation, Low Investor Confidence

  1. Shut-up Joe if you have nothing sensible to say.if it where you would you accept defeat just like that knowing very you were never defeated?instead you should be urging ED to concede defeat, you directing your statement to the wrong man.hapa we no longer sure Mr Mutizwa whether matizwa nekufunga or what?

  2. Passing the blame. So is it ok to steal an election? There’s low confidence in a corrupt regime that rigs elections and abuses its population.

  3. ZANU pf is just like a carcass of an ox that’s died of blackleg disease.There is no piece that you can cut and cook it as your meal The whole carcass is infected.Bad(infection)of ZANU started the day they overthrew Ndabaningi Sithole.

  4. Winners conceding Defeat for Goodness Sake , God’s Glory also a historical and monumental Victory…. As the sole historical option for success of ZANU PF what only remains is just surrendering the reigns of power to the opposition for the common good and progress of Zimbabweans and Africa……for in conceding to a defeat, and surrendering power for goodness sake, it is also a victory not only for ZANU PF [even as Con Court stands] but for Zimbabwe, Africa and progressive global community, just to avoid the visibly excruciating generational setback generated by its presence at the helm of power. It is more of a “People First Principle” than the extreme love for power whatever the case maybe.


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