Outspoken Ntbazinduna Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni has added his voice to the dialogue calls by saying a dialogue now will be useless Daily News reports.
Chief Ndiweni was responding to questions at the Bulawayo Press club when he said:
Dialogue between the current president and the leader of the opposition, at this moment in time, is an absolute futile gesture that will not yield anything meaningful.
When you say dialogue you have to ask what you are dialoguing about. As a traditional leader, the answer to that question is who is going to live at State House.
If that issue is not on the table first and foremost, dialogue is useless. It is useless to have dialogue if Mnangagwa is not going to entertain that question as it borders on legitimacy.
If there is need for any dialogue, it should be about how to form an interim transitional government.
A GNU will never deal with these issues. We had a GNU in 2008, but here we are once again, experiencing the same challenges, going to change foreign currency on the streets in exchange for paper money.
Chief Ndiweni who is a critic of the current admin is out on bail pending an appeal of his vandalism case.
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