President Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged his opponents to recognise him as the country’s legitimately elected leader.
He said this at the launch of a national dialogue process Wednesday which was snubbed by Nelson Chamisa of MDC and Joice Mujuru of the National People’s Party. Said Mnangagwa:
In view of the July 30 harmonised election results and subsequent Constitutional Court pronouncement, I suggest that we all accept the results of the harmonised elections as the legitimate expression of the will of the Zimbabwean people in order for us to focus on the next elections which are due in 2023…We should close ranks as a nation, speak with one voice but that does not mean all agree but disagree in harmony. Above all, it should open doors for interaction between and among us. Let us be remembered as a generation that united Zimbabweans. Zimbabwe is one, our national flag is one, our national anthem is one.
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