President Emmerson Mnangagwa while addressing a gathering said those who prefer confrontations or peddling falsehoods about Zimbabwe when dealing with a constitutionally elected government have no place in our country. The government has repeatedly denied that there is a crisis in Zimbabwe and has accused members of the opposition who claim otherwise of peddling falsehoods about Zimbabwe.
Mnangagwa’s remarks came a few short days after Security Boss Owen Ncube accused the opposition particularly the MDC of smuggling guns into the country. The President also emphasized on the fact that there will be no talks or dialogue outside Political Actors’ Dialogue POLAD. Watch the video below:
Join POLAD or no Political engagement. pic.twitter.com/6aCDZPH2V7
— Sophie Mokoena (@Sophie_Mokoena) October 1, 2020
The address was received with mixed feelings on twitter, Below are some of the comments. At the end of the day, sitting down and providing solutions for the nation matters and Zimbabwe will only be developed by Zimbabweans.
What is so special about it ? One Brian Mteke was a kombi loader in South Africa only to emerge during election. Khupe had 45000 votes. They are all useless. He knows who he is supposed dialogue with. Behaving like a kid with tantrums. Nxaaaa
— Hannibal Lecter (@mhaiweezvangu) October 1, 2020
Thuggery, is Zimbabwe a private property. If we don't share the same values we are not enemies. Zimbabwe belongs to all those who lives in it
— MakoromokwaZimba (@makoromokwa) October 1, 2020
Zimbabwe is better under ED than it was under Mugabe! Mugabe destroyed zimbabwe so bad it will take more than 20 years to fix this country but ED is trying and there is improvement. No load shedding and the Harare to beitbridge road is finally being fixed .
— Munyaradzi MUNYARADZI (@iAmMunyaradzi) October 1, 2020