Chamisa Approaches Zimbabwe Military For Help With Removing Mnangagwa – Spotlight Zimbabwe

Spotlight Zimbabwe reports that Nelson Chamisa’s MDC Alliance has entered into secret negotiations with the Zimbabwe Military to remove ED Mnangagwa peacefully.

Emmisaries who were in the GNU have been dispatched by Chamisa and have approached members of the joint operations command (JOC) to be allowed permission to hold peaceful demonstrations and occupy three key locations.

The plan has been put in place to counter the recent Supreme Court ruling that handed the MDC Alliance’s leadership to Thokozani Khupe.

Oppossition supporters will sit in indefinitely at three key state institutions namely Munhumutapa Buildings, State House and the Harare CBD.

The outcome of the protests will be for the anti Mnangagwa faction of ZANU-PF to impeach Mnangagwa in the same manner that Mugabe was impeached.

Is this a good Plan

This is probably a good plan because as without support of the military and that of ZANU-PF, no demonstration in Zimbabwe can happen or even result in the removal of Mnangagwa.

What can go wrong

– As the plan requires the support of the military, it could fail if the military reject it. Mnangagwa has placed his people in key positions who can scuttle the plan.
– As General Chiwenga is supposed to take over after the demonstrations, the international community can reject the change.

Speaking in Harare yesterday, Chamisa said action is coming but it would not be announced at a Press conference.