Mnangagwa Says Opposition Parties Must Forget About Ever Meeting Foreign Envoys
16 September 2020
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Paul Nyathi

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has declared that opposition parties will never meet with special envoys sent by other countries, particularly, those who come to meet government or Zanu PF leadership as they are exclusively his visitors.

Addressing party stalwarts in Harare during a politburo meeting, Mnangagwa said the meeting with an ANC delegation recently was between his party and the ANC, not the opposition.

“Such solidarities and exchanges must be strengthened across all the leagues of our parties. The truth must be told that presidential envoys remain presidential envoys, from one president to another.

“Party envoys remain party envoys, from one party to another. Those who dream otherwise, allow democracy to be,” Mnangagwa said.