BREAKING NEWS – Tsvangirai Allegedly Blocked President Mnangagwa From Appointing MDC Ministers | AUDIO INTERVIEWS WITH MUTSVANGWA & ALSO TSVANGIRAI ON ZimEye.com

BREAKING NEWS – Tsvangirai Allegedly Blocked President Mnangagwa From Appointing MDC Ministers | AUDIO INTERVIEWS WITH MUTSVANGWA & ALSO TSVANGIRAI ON ZimEye.com

Source: BREAKING NEWS – Tsvangirai Allegedly Blocked President Mnangagwa From Appointing MDC Ministers | AUDIO INTERVIEWS WITH MUTSVANGWA & ALSO TSVANGIRAI ON ZimEye.com | ZimEye

By Staff Reporter| MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai has been accused of blocking the appointing of MDC MPs to stand as President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s cabinet ministers in the developments running up to Friday (yesterday).

Following the below ZBC article, both President Mnangagwa’s advisor, Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa and Mr Morgan Tsvangirai have been interviewed by ZimEye, and Tsvangirai has denied the allegation as he said Mutsvangwa is simply playing at “propaganda”. He was also asked by ZimEye if he has not been aware of even rumours to the effect among his MPs, and he said there was nothing to the effect. (FULL LIVEBLAST report to begin at 5pm (UK time).

The Special Advisor to the President, Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa has revealed that President Emmerson Mnangagwa extended an olive branch to the MDC-T for cabinet appointments but had to withdraw the gesture after the opposition party’s leader made ‘untenable demands.’

Ambassador Mutsvangwa revealed this when he addressed the Zanu PF Mashonaland West Provincial Coordinating Committee in Chinhoyi.

“President Mnangagwa wanted to pick some MDC-T members for ministerial posts, but held back after the party’s leader, Mr Morgan Tsvangirai threatened to expel from his party prospective appointees unless the opposition leader was himself given a post in the presidium,” he said.

Mutsvangwa also explained that the President had no mandate to appoint Mr Tsvangirai as a member of the presidium, given he is only completing the presidential term mandated to Zanu PF, following the 2013 election.

He also said there is nothing amiss in the appointment of generals into cabinet, since democracies such as America have former military gurus in government ranks.

The province resolved that President Mnangagwa should be the party’s sole presidential candidate in next year’s elections, and that he be the First Secretary and President of the party.

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