MDC leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday asked President Mnangagwa to give him two years to govern Zimbabwe.
The Herald reports Chamisa said dialogue is necessary. He said this at a rally at Mkoba Stadium in Gweru over the weekend. Said Chamisa:
Mnangagwa you will give me two years (to govern the country) and govern for two years and we inter change like that as we rule our country together. Political dialogue is a necessity to unlock the political stalemate in the country. That is the agenda we have for this country. We are saying (President) Mnangagwa give us signals of sincerity. We don’t want to see soldiers on the roadblocks, they should go to the barracks where they belong and in the event we are invaded they take up arms and defend the country. We want dialogue in the country.