MDC-T leader, Douglas Mwonzora has once again dismissed reports that he is working in cahoots with Zanu-PF to dismantle the Nelson Chamisa led opposition outfit.
The eyebrows raising meeting came after Mnangagwa proclaimed that by-elections would be held on March 26, 2022.
Responding to Professor Jonathan Moyo on his Twitter, Mwonzora
“Yesterday I led a small delegation of MDCT leadership to meet President Mnangagwa at State House. This is part of our efforts to bring genuine, inclusive and unconditional dialogue. Our proposed dialogue issues include political, social and economic reforms,” Mwonzora said.
He has been equivocal on his stance regards the Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD) by outlining conditions that would ensure that his party and Zanu-PF are the leading principals.
Among the conditions, Mwonzora demanded that only political parties that have parliamentary representation should dialogue separately.
In a statement after the meeting, Mwonzora’s party said the engagement was to foster national dialogue.
During the meeting with Mnangagwa, Mwonzora was accompanied by his secretary-general Paurina Mpariwa and treasurer-general Tapiwa Mashakada while Mnangagwa brought his party’s secretary for finance, Patrick Chinamasa.