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Nelson Chamisa speaks after meeting Thabo Mbeki

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Thabo Mbeki and Chamisa

Nelson Chamisa speaks after meeting Thabo Mbeki. MDC leader Nelson Chamisa says his party is committed to a national dialogue that will benefit the country and is willing to shake hands and share a vision with President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

Chamisa was speaking after meeting former South African president Thabo Mbeki on Monday evening. Said Chamisa, “We want dialogue that is meaningful, where the political will to change for the benefit of Zimbabweans outweighs political expediency. Dialogue must deliver true change and real reforms. When we shake hands let us be agreeing to truly walk in the same direction, a new direction.

“Democracy can’t exist without a true commitment to happiness, freedom and peace. Our political impasse cannot continue. We stand firm on the principle that none but ourselves can bring about the true change we need. Real issues affecting us all must be at the heart of any dialogue.”

Chamisa’s spokesperson Dr Nkululeko Sibanda said the meeting between the two politicians set a pace for a working relationship among them. “Yesterday President Chamisa met with President Thabo Mbeki. The meeting considered a number of contemporary issues and also helped establish a working relationship between the two leaders.” Said Sibanda.

Political analyst Pedzisayi Ruhanya warned the MDC of falling for a GNU and told the party to treat the meeting with Mbeki with suspicion.

Said Ruhanya, “Once beaten, twice shy. The MDC led by should apply its wits in rational, logical, robust, rigorous ways taking into account how it was duped in the GNU President Mbeki brokered that led to MDC crashing defeat in 2013. Never be excitable. Calm down, cool heads

“My view is that it’s both the internal (ZANU PF contradictions with security instability) and external Zimbabwe question of the corruption and decomposition of the political that brings President Mbeki to Zimbabwe. The opposition MDC must, therefore, treat these overtures carefully!”

Source – Bulawayo24 News

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