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Mutsvangwa's anti-Mnangagwa project suffers still birth?

by Mandla Ndlovu
24 Dec 2018 at 07:40hrs | Views
Presidential advisor Ambassador Chris Mutsvangwa's initiative for the establishment of a Transitional Authority to run the affairs of the country between now and the next elections are seemingly hitting a hard rock after civic society stakeholders are snubbing  it, a source has sensational claimed.

Mutsvangwa was alleged to be meeting members of the church and the civic society to canvass for the establishment of a transitional Authority.

"Cde Chris has been  trying to burn the midnight oil to  recruit people for his project  but he has ben meeting resistance." The source from Harare ZANU PF province alleged. "The major challenge that seem to be on his way is that  people are still holding a grudge over November 2017 , they feel used and dumped. Remember when the military intervention was taking place, Chris rallied civic society and some opposition members to support the cause intervention. His major selling point was that once va Mugabe resigns, a Transitional Authority takes over which includes people like Dumiso Dabengwa, MDC officials, church and civic society members.

"When that project did not happen and Chris was never rewarded he felt used. Hence now he is trying to revive that project but people are snubbing him. So technically the project is seemingly suffering a still birth." The source further alleged.

Recently, Zimbabwe Independent revealed that former Kenyan chief justice Willy Mutunga arrived in the country and met senior MDC officials, including MDC president Nelson Chamisa. Mutunga is reportedly coordinating talks between the ZANU PF and MDC  with a view of solving the national question.

Source - Byo24News