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Mnangagwa told to disembark from his arrogance and engage Chamisa

Mnangagwa told to disembark from his arrogance and engage Chamisa. Luke Tamborinyoka, the spokesperson of the opposition MDC has said that President Emmerson Mnangagwa needs to humble himself and engage MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa in a dialogue.

Their dialogue must be aimed at scaffolding the country upon the firm foundation of a sincere, meaningful and genuine dialogue process that must address the unfinished business of 2018. Tamborinyoka says that the country’s problems which he attributed to “Mnangagwa’s illegitimacy”, demanded that the two leaders engage in a dialogue. He said:

As we state in our RELOAD document, the dialogue must ensure that the country breaks away from the vicious cycle of disputed elections through an agreed national transitional mechanism whose mandate will be to implement a raft of comprehensive reforms that must culminate in a free, fair and credible election as the only way to return the country to legitimacy.

Arrogance and pride will not help because people are suffering. It does not help that Mr Mnangagwa seeks to re-engage the world when he is not engaging nationally with a key national player who has over two million supporters in the country, even by ZEC’s rigged figures.

Luke Tamborinyoka

Mnangagwa must not hoodwink himself through his constant rhetoric on dialogue that is not backed by any substantive action on the ground. His political soliloquy as evidenced by the self-serving political actors’ dialogue (POLAD) process is inconsequential as he is essentially speaking to himself because all the so-called political actors are a choir that is singing in agreement with him.

The POLAD platform is essentially a monologue as it is not dialogical. Through the POLAD process, Mnangagwa is whistling in the political graveyard, engaging with some actors that have no following whatsoever.

The deteriorating national crisis is crying out for a meaningful dialogue process and Mr Mnangagwa must take the national situation seriously before the people peacefully and constitutionally stampede him onto the dialogue table. It is their democratic right. It’s simple, the court President must speak to the people’s President.

Source – Nehanda Radio

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