Chamisa Willing To Talk To Mnangagwa

MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa is keen to resolve his political differences with President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

This was said by Chamisa’s spokesperson Nkululeko Sibanda during an interview with the Daily News on Tuesday.

Sibanda’s remarks come after recent reports had claimed that Chamisa was stalling national dialogue by his refusal to take part in the Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD) platform. Sibanda said:

Our crisis is a political crisis. We have a five-point plan which is in tandem with Mthuli Ncube’s economic recovery plan. We have to settle the political crisis first.

The president’s (Chamisa’s) position on dialogue has not changed. He has been willing and is still willing to talk.

Church leaders have been agitating for dialogue between Mnangagwa and Chamisa and following Monday’s National Day of Prayer, which the country’s top clerics attended in their numbers, there is fresh hope that the two protagonists can be brought to the negotiating table.

Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops’ Conference (ZCBC) secretary-general Father Frederick Chiromba on Tuesday told the Daily News that the church was working on making Zanu PF and the MDC find common ground, which would enable “meaningful dialogue” between their leaders.

More: Daily News

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One Comment on “Chamisa Willing To Talk To Mnangagwa

  1. This wont happen now bcz the mainstream mdc is now under khupe. Nelson lost his chances when he refused to take up leadership role in parliament and inclusion of his mps in cabinet. As long as chamisa sticks to his conditions zanu is not going to budge. Take care of sc ruling wc can finally obliterate chamisa. Legally all mps a under khupe as long as a fm mainstream. Legitimacy issue

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