Zanu PF youths have called for all-inclusive dialogue to deal with the myriad of challenges bedevilling the country.
Zanu PF Youth League commissar, Godfrey Tsenengamu said that dialogue will cost nothing. He also urged youths from different political parties to urge their leaders to dialogue. He said:
I believe we need each other. A conversation by all; let’s dialogue. It costs nothing. We are all Zimbabweans; we need to find each other for the good of the Zimbabwe economy. There is more that brings us together than to concentrate on our differences.
All political leaders must find each other and I don’t think it’s difficult because we are all Zimbabweans who love their country. The president’s initiative is to bring all political parties together and I think it’s a good idea which needs to be supported by all Zimbabweans.
My appeal to young people is that they must talk to their leaders and tell them the benefits of dialoguing as a country because, at the end of the day, youths are suffering.
Meanwhile, Zanu PF national spokesperson, Simon Khaya Moyo stated that dialogue involving all political parties is the best way to go. Said Khaya Moyo:
All parties’ dialogue is the best way to go but we talk to those who recognise our president as a legitimate president.
The president is very open; he needs everyone to come to dialogue but those who don’t want we can’t call the police to force them to come to dialogue. It’s important for us to unite as a country.
MDC president Nelson Chamisa has hitherto refused to recognise President Emmerson Mnangagwa as the country’s legitimate leader, claiming that he won the 2018 election fraudulently.