“We’re Brothers & Sisters Who Should Work Together,” ED Speaks On Dialogue

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said that he is still keen to have other stakeholders joining the national dialogue. He said that the dialogue that is meant to resolve the socio-economic challenges the country is facing is still open to other players including churches.

Responding to questions from delegates during the official opening of the ongoing Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) annual congress in Victoria Falls yesterday, Mnangagwa said:

There are some that are not at the table. They have not moved forward with all of us. I would like to state that the door will remain open for these kinds of people. We are brothers and sisters who should work together for the success of their country.

We have youths, churches, and women who we believe now need to also join in the discussion because they also have a contribution to make towards the success of their country as well.

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We are working in such a way that all the interested groups get to come through with their contributions and we work together in taking this country forward.

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