Khupe Says Willing To Engage Chamisa To Move The Country Forward

President of the MDC-T, Thokozani Khupe revealed on Wednesday that her party is willing to engage with all stakeholders without any preconditions, in order to move the country forward.

Asked if she was ready to meet erstwhile colleague MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa, Khupe said:

For us, we want to bring everybody together. This is why we are saying we want an all-inclusive dialogue which is not going to leave anyone behind.

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… for me, it is not about power, it is about moving this country forward.

It is about the 15 million people in this country and not individuals and we must run away from individualising issues.

Khupe and Chamisa feel out favour when the latter was elevated to the vice presidency of the party by the then MDC-T president, the late Morgan Tsvangirai.

The friction became worse when Tsvangirai died last year as the two jostled for the presidency. Chamisa eventually took over control of the party after a bitter fight with Khupe. The duo is said to have avoided eye contact at the burial of national hero Oliver Mtukudzi, even though they were within touching distance of each other.

More: NewZimbabwe.com

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5 comments on “Khupe Says Willing To Engage Chamisa To Move The Country Forward

  1. Haaa wena Thokozani, be serious. Do you think Chamisa is the reason why the country is where it is now? Problem is you are consumed with your hatred for Chamisa and you miss the real issues.

  2. Well-done Khuphe. We need the country to go forward. It’s important for political parties to dialogue so there will be a solution to this ugly situation in Zimbabwe.

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