MDC A leader Douglas Mwonzora says dialogue with Nelson Chamisa is possible if it benefits Zimbabweans.
Addressing journalists in Harare Monday, Mwonzora said:
“Regarding President Chamisa and myself specifically, a lot depends on them and their attitude towards us. There is nothing personal between myself and Mr Chamisa.”
Mwonzora said his party remains committed to dialogue as a main vehicle to solve the social, political and economic problems bedevilling the country.
“We also note that these by-elections were one of the most apathetic in history. It is clear that by not turning out to vote, the majority of Zimbabweans are communicating a clear message to the political leaders. It’s not time yet to write the MDC epitaph. There are people who wish we were politically dead.”
Mwonzora said MDC-T, which contested as MDC Alliance, got its strategies wrong.