Norton Member of Parliament Temba Mliswa says he is ready to play an active role to make sure that President Emmerson Mnangagwa and MDC leader Nelson Chamisa meet and discuss a shared vision for Zimbabwe.
Mliswa who attended an MDC annivessary celebration over the weekend said, “I’m fully in support of Nelson Chamisa sharing the vision with Emmerson Mnangagwa, a shared vision is what’ll improve our fortunes when we focus on nation building. It’s not about power share; I’m humbled by this stance and happy to have attended the anniversary.”
Mliswa added that some people have been lying to President Mnangagwa telling him that Chamisa wanted a position in government.
“For those who’ve been misleading the President that he wants to share the power shame on them; it’s about the vision. It’s a very profound statement. I’ve always believed they should meet & would be happy to play any role to see such meeting to fruition.” Said Mliswa.
Chamisa and the MDC have maintained that they will only meet Mnangagwa in a meeting organised by an impartial person.