Chamisa Says He Is Organising Something In "Whispers" Told His Supporters To Brace For Action
On Friday after the acquittal of Job Sikhala in Masvingo, Chamisa addressed party supporters in Masvingo who had gathered to commemorate Morgan Tsvangirai‘s death and said he was organising something in whispers and action would soon follow. Chamisa also talked about President Mnangagwa’s lack of interest in dialoguing with him.
Said the youthful MDC leader:
Mnangagwa refused talks, I tried to bring him to the negotiating table.We all know every conflict ends with talking. We wanted to give peace a chance. But we won’t reach the 2023 elections before the 2018 elections deadlock is sorted. We are very clear about what we are saying. He won’t govern this country.
I am trying to help him to stop the country from burning. We have nothing to lose. Zanu PF has everything the farms, banks, big stomachs among others. If things come to a head, ED and Zanu PF will lose more. We are organising. He refused talks, what should I do with him? We are organising in whispers.
We are delayed, but we will not be stopped. Others say you should lead from the front. You do not teach me the struggle. I have been in it for too long. Revolutionary action is a creature of revolutionary moments. We will do anything at the right time, when the time comes and permits. The darkest hour is near dawn. We will get there.
Chamisa last week told the same publication that President Mnangagwa was refusing to communicate with former South African President Thabo Mbeki.
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