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Chamisa says a new dawn is coming soon

by Mandla Ndlovu
24 Apr 2019 at 10:02hrs | Views
Opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa promised that Zimbabwe will be having a new dawn that in unexpected amidst the challenges tat the country is facing.

In a Tweet on Wednesday Chamisa said, " No night is too long as to not end up with daybreak. Very soon the world will realise that it's a good morning upon welcoming a New Zimbabwe."

Chamisa's statements feeds on reports that President Emmerson Mnangagwa is warming up to meeting the 41-year-old opposition leader and craft an arrangement that will provide a solution to Zimbabwe's socio-economic challenges.

Chamisa further said, "It is so difficult to sleep peacefully when our Zimbabwe is in such a disaster. It is so hard to be a perfect leader with many people in such deep trouble. It is so harassing to lead hungry, unhappy and disappointed people upon shattered dreams, unmet aspirations and dashed hopes."

Chamisa however maintained that there is 2023 elections to talk of without discussing what went wrong in 2018.

ZANU PF propaganda functionary Jones Musara on Wednesday alleged that Chamisa is ready to work with Mnangagwa provided they have a bilateral meeting and discuss what went wrong in 2018 so that they avoid it.

Zimbabweans across political divided have been pushing for the two leaders to meet and agree on a lasting solution to the country's woes.

In March the church tried to organize a meeting for the two leaders but President Mnangagwa was not present at the meeting.

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