Amid ongoing talk about the need for another interim governing structure to stem Zimbabwe’s deepening political and economic crisis, in the mould of the 2009 to 2013 unity government which brought relative stability to the country, opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai says he has no intentions of over working with President Robert Mugabe again.
At the same time, the former prime minister in that inclusive government yesterday said that the country’s meddlesome security sector was likely to have a major say in who would succeed Mugabe within the nonagenarian’s warring Zanu-PF.
Meanwhile, the MDC Vice President Thokozani Khupe has said President Robert Mugabe must resign to his rural Zvimba home and give Morgan Tsvangirai a chance to lead the country.
Khupe said Mugabe has failed in his 36 year rule. She claimed Tsvangirai’s takeover would bring peace in our homes.
Khupe said Mugabe had failed to fulfill his 2013 election campaign promise to create 2.2 million new jobs and that had led to untold suffering of many, adding that this resulted in physical abuse in many families and the nation at large.
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