Mnangagwa Calls For Inclusive National Dialogue

In a statement, President Emmerson Mnangagwa called for an inclusive national dialogue.

Mnangagwa invited leaders of Zimbabwe’s political parties, religious and civil leaders. Said Mnangagwa:

Let us embark on a process of national dialogue. I invite the heads of all our nation’s political parties, as well as religious and civil leaders, to set aside our differences and come together to show our nation that what unites us is stronger than what could ever divide us.


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3 comments on “Mnangagwa Calls For Inclusive National Dialogue

  1. A good development from the President a dialogue is really necessary to solve the disputes, challenges can not be solved using violence.

  2. We all wish that to happen, but unfortunately chaos is being raised to disguise the zeal of everyone. We are being tricked into believing that dialogues are in the neighborhood yet not even a green light shows. In my understanding of the quoted statement above, The President of Zimbabwe is urging all leaders to play a pivotal role in uniting people.

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