President Mnangagwa reportedly confided in some party officials that he is not keen to dialogue with the youthful MDC leader Nelson Chamisa, Zimbabwe Independent reports.
According to a highly placed source that spoke to the publication:
He has clearly told those of us he trusts that publicly he was keen to talk to Chamisa when in actual fact he is not too keen on these talks. He prefers that his administration continues as at present, since our party won the election and got vindicated by the courts when the MDC challenged the presidential poll result. He believes he has the backing of regional heads of state,
The President has told Chamisa that there will be no dialogue outside POLAD and Chamisa has also made it clear that he will not join POLAD.
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