MDC leader, advocate Nelson Chamisa has said that his party will do everything ‘necessary’ and ‘unnecessary’ to put an end to the suffering of Zimbabwean citizens.
He was speaking to the News Day after touring some high-density suburbs including Glen View and Budiriro. After observing issues including unemployment, lack of potable water, and soaring inflation which has eroded salaries of workers which an ordinary person faces on a daily basis, Chamisa said:
This situation cannot continue and we must make sure that we put a full stop to this. We will provide leadership. Whatever it takes, we will have to pay the ultimate price in peace, constitutionally, legally. We will bring an end to our suffering.
He also said that the MDC will however not be rushed into doing things. He said:
We are very clear in terms of our direction. We are not going to be stampeded into doing things, but we will definitely define our destiny as a people. We have a duty to unite, to change our situation, and bring a difference in our lives.
Chamisa said that he will continue engaging Mnangagwa hoping that they would have a dialogue. He said that the need to bring a solution to the lives of Zimbabweans, alone must unite him and Mnangagwa.
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