by Christine Lethokuhle Mabhena
The much hyped MDC-Chamisa faction demonstration has come and gone, and one of the key demands in their six-page petition was dialogue with President Mnangagwa to map the way forward of a Government of National Unity (GNU).
It boggles one’s mind why should a GNU be formed when we have an elected President who was declared an outright winner with over 50 percent-plus-one of the majority vote.
Since being declared the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, President Mnangagwa has ably taken over the reins at State House and has worked flat out to mend the nation’s economy.
Addressing his supporters last week Thursday, Nelson Chamisa said, “the first thing we are saying is that we should have dialogue with (President) Mnangagwa. We can only solve this issue by dialogue, come and let us unite, you with the few and I come with my many and we share notes, that is what we are saying.