Former vice president Joice Mujuru said that people should listen to her as she has vast experience in politics despite some considering her foolish.
Speaking to the Daily News on Monday, the widow of General Solomon Mujuru revealed that she was ready to meet President Emmerson Mnangagwa to deliberate on issues affecting the country. She said:
"No matter how daft I might look in the eyes of some people, I know something about this country. You cannot throw away 34 years of experience just like that.
"People should learn to listen to me and also to listen to other voices. It is important for me to meet and share ideas with the president because there is nothing wrong with seeing our leaders."
Mai Mujuru, as she is affectionately called, has been in the political wilderness since she was hounded out of the ruling Zanu PF party on April 2, 2015.
Her expulsion followed a period of sustained decampaigning by the then first lady Grace Mugabe, who was alleged to have been eyeing Mai Mujuru’s position in both the party and the government.