ZANU PF legislator for Buhera South, Joseph Chinotimba has joined a number of ZANU PF officials who have called for dialogue between president Emmerson Mnangagwa and opposition MDC leader, Advocate Nelson Chamisa as economic hardships bite.
Posting on Twitter, Chinotimba said:
"I see nothing wrong with a dialogue between @edmnangagwa and @nelsonchamisa to save the country. Imi regai vakuru vataurirane makutoshatisa zviro worse. Thank you.
"Tipei mazuva mashoma tatova munzira, avo vasingadi runyararo vanoda kutambura kwevana veZimbabwe ngavabve havo. #NoToSanctions#25OctoberMovement"
There has been a standoff between the two leaders since last year’s disputed elections, something analysts have said was worsening the socio-economic and political crises in the country.
Weeks ago, another ZANU PF MP, Killer Zivhu was suspended from the party for calling for the dialogue since it was regarded treasonous for members of the ruling party to openly call for dialogue. However, calls have been increasing on the need for the two leaders to find each other for the sake of the nation.
— Joseph Chinotimba