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Chamisa explains the meaning of ' Kudira Jecha'

by Mandla Ndlovu
05 Apr 2019 at 09:17hrs | Views
MDC President Nelson Chamisa on Friday clarified what the MDC meant when it coined the statement Kudira Jecha.

The statement has been interpreted by ZANU PF supporters s meaning to disrupt and disturb every government process of rebuilding the country.

Said Chamisa," The Jecha thing got so misunderstood by our opposite number. Remember we said it in the context of our Concourt challenge to delay the ED inauguration. Indeed we delayed it!"

Recently President Emmerson Mnangagwa appeared in a France24 interview saying the opposition has lined up a series of violent demonstrations to fulfil its policy of ‘putting sand in the sadza.'

Chamisa amplified his call for a real National Dialogue in the country.

"In Zimbabwe, we must invite a new conversation, new discourse in politics economics; a whole new paradigm. A shift from the zero-sum blame and shame game to a win-win for us all. God give us authentic men and women whose walk matches their talk at every level."

Talking of Mnangagwa's current Dialogue process he said, "I love mathematics better than politics. Figures and statistics don't lie. Eighteen zeros plus one zero give us one BIG ZERO. Mathematics hardly lies! The national dialogue, Yes. National deception, No. We know the games and tricks. We are not takers to such.

"We are really going through a torrid time as a people but together, with enough unity and sufficient wisdom, God willing we shall sooner rather than later surely overcome!"

Source - Byo24News