FreeZim President Says Mnangagwa Is Scared Of Ideas

5 years agoThu, 21 Mar 2019 05:29:34 GMT
Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
FreeZim President Says Mnangagwa Is Scared Of Ideas

Opposition FreeZim Congress party president Joseph Busha on Wednesday characterised the national dialogue initiated by President Emmerson Mnangagwa as spitting in the wind, and will not take the country forward.

Addressing the media in Harare on Wednesday, Busha said he has written to Mnangagwa twice seeking for dialogue, but the latter is afraid of ideas. Said, Busha:

I wrote to the President to say let’s meet and have a shared vision about the country. He refused and my position is that he is scared of ideas, he is a coward from a discussion perspective.

Now he wants to meet a group of people that he can hide behind and hoodwink the world that he is engaging other political parties.

Why is he refusing to have a bilateral discussion between two people? As a country, we must have national interest, a strategy and belief. It doesn’t matter who is in power when we say this is what we want as a country.

Pindula is best experienced in the Android App
Download here ⬇️:

That interparty dialogue I think it’s a useless project and I am glad that Chamisa also refused to participate because this does not take us anywhere.

It’s really about trying to co-opt people that he knows to want to join Zanu PF and they are looking for positions. They can never be presidents of those people. That is a useless exercise.


More: Newsday



Leave a Comment

Generate a Whatsapp Message

Buy Phones on Credit.

More Deals