‘Choir Master’ Mnangagwa’s Dialogue Will Not End Zim Crisis: Chamisa
Opposition MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa has insisted Zimbabwe’s economic crisis will not end if President Emerson Mnangagwa ignores him in the dialogue process.
Addressing the press at the party headquarters today, Chamisa dismissed the ongoing dialogue process as choir to which Mnangagwa is the choir master saying the Zanu PF leader should engage him first before they rope in other players.
“You can not talk about reforms when you are the only one telling people your opinion and say they are reforms. It is not a dialogue then but a choir and you are the choir master.
“Prices of basic commodities are escalating and it is not going to end soon but rather keep going on until we engage each other. You need other people’s opinion than to have pride because it is not going to help,” said Chamisa.
Chamisa also announced his party’s national executive which saw the former Secretary General Douglas Mwonzora being relegated to a deputy portfolio position while Engineer Elias Mudzuri will now head the Local Government portfolio.