“ZANU PF Bigwigs, PAC Blocking ED From Having Dialogue With Chamisa,” – ZANU PF Official

Outspoken ZANU PF youth leader, Godfrey Tsenengamu has claimed that there are some ZANU PF stalwarts who are blocking prospects of a dialogue between president Emmerson Mnangagwa and opposition MDC leader, advocate Nelson Chamisa.

Tsenengamu who said he will personally work to effect a dialogue between Chamisa and Mnangagwa told the Daily News on Sunday that the officials from the ruling party are afraid of losing their Cabinet posts if the dialogue takes place. He said:

President Mnangagwa has said it ad infinitum that we should dialogue … we want that initiative to start now because we have also heard advocate Chamisa saying let’s dialogue.

I feel there are people who want the stand-off to continue, people who are afraid of losing their positions in Cabinet and also in the civil service.

He further claims that the officials and others in the Presidential Advisory Council (PAC) are sabotaging Mnangagwa so that they take over power if he fails to deliver.

Tsenengamu’s remarks come when Zimbabwe has a legion of socio-economic and political issues including huge shortages in water, fuel, cash, foreign currency, food and power with some analysts arguing that the impasse between Mnangagwa and Chamisa is worsening the crises.

More: Daily News

 

 


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3 comments on ““ZANU PF Bigwigs, PAC Blocking ED From Having Dialogue With Chamisa,” – ZANU PF Official

  1. I think the biggest problem is the insinuation that any political dialogue between Zanu Pf and MDC should result in sharing of Cabinet posts. This is not democracy at all, otherwise the two parties should jest merge! Dialogue should be over fundamental principles for strengthening democracy, pluralism and economic development in the presence of pluralism!

  2. Mhofu – couldn’t quite make out the head or the tail of your comment. Tell us: ‘what is not democracy’. If you insist that dialogue is the democratic way, why don’t we have democracy as we know it, today. – everybody just talks in Zim (most of it is just lies and propaganda) so judging by all the dialogue and talking taking place we should be totally democratic.

  3. Utter rubbish!!! Nothing like that but these are diversion tactics from the real issues. Who can stop ED from dialoging and finding lasting solutions to these myriad of problems? Only fools can believe this overplayed blame game. He should do the necessary reforms, lock up or fire incompetent people whilst wearing a serious face, simple. Nothing required here just his will to do the right things, simple!!

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