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Nelson Chamisa Refused The GNU deal President Ed Mnangagwa Offered To Him


SADC Is Being Doubted For The Resolve Of Zimbabwe’s Election Dispute
Ibbo Mandaza, a politician, academic and businessman who is also the director of a local think-tank Sapes Trust claims that President Emmerson Mnangagwa offered CCC president Nelson Chamisa a power-sharing deal and he flatly refused.

According to Ibbo, during an interview with Alpha Media Holdings owner Trevor Ncube on his show, Conversations with Trevor, Mnangagwa asked Chamisa to postpone the just-ended elections and form a Government of National Unity.

He claims that Mnangagwa wanted to rule as president, and Chamisa as Prime Minister, for two years in which he would then hand over power but the latter rejected the offer.

“I got this from very reliable quarters. Emmerson didn’t want elections, he knew it would be messy and he also knew he was unelectable. He sent out emissaries to Chamisa in March, around there, say let’s postpone the elections for two years, let’s form a Government of National Unity and in two years I hand over, I am going”, Ibbo says.

The politician said that he was told about the emissaries who are part of President Mnangagwa’s government, ‘the inner core’.

He also claims that the military was heavily involved in the elections with Chiwenga is at the helm.

People can lie with their feet????????????…. It’s worse when done by old men… God save us, yooooh

Believe Ibbo at your own risk. His mind is filled with GNU imaginations. He mistakes those imaginations for reality. However, in a Freudian slip he acknowledges that ED “will rule” which is a tacit admission that all his assertions about SADC&AU intervention are hogwash.

Former Norton MP, Temba Mliswa (Independent), has urged President Emmerson Mnangagwa to reach out to opposition CCC party leader Nelson Chamisa to discuss national issues, especially the welfare of the people.

Posting on X (formerly Twitter), Mliswa said the Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD) is not the right platform for Mnangagwa to engage Chamisa but that the two should rather meet one-on-one. Said Mliswa


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