Moyo Pours Cold Water On Opposition Grand Coalition
Says the envisaged coalition will not work
2018 Presidential aspirant, Dr Nkosana Moyo has lambasted the envisaged grand coalition of opposition parties saying he is not going join forces with anyone as it is not going to work.
Addressing journalists and citizens to announce his Presidential bid ahead of the 2018 general elections the Ex cabinet Minister said the envisaged coalition is as good as mixing oil and water.
“This coalition thing which the opposition parties have engaged into is not going to work. I do not think that if we mix water and oil we will come up with some usable resource but a total waste of resources.
“This is the same with this coalition thing, it’s not going to work and will never because people who are join that are of different minds,” said Moyo.
Being known mostly for his sudden resignation from his Ministerial post in 2001, the now Alliance of People’s Agenda (APA) leader quashed claims that he is an agent of the ruling party saying he is not seeking to campaign for Zanu PF.
Moyo explained that he was labelled a coward after resigning from Zanu PF saying that remaining in the ruling party would have been a more coward act than leaving.
“I do not mind if Mugabe calls me a coward because I left the party, what I think in my humble opinion is that staying in ZANU was being more of a coward because I am of different policies with those in the ruling party,” said Moyo.
The South African businessman persuaded people to vote for him in the next elections, promising to change the country both politically and economically.