MDC-T leader Douglas Mwonzora has extended indirect overtures towards former ally-turned-nemesis Nelson Chamisa with whom he says he has no personal vendetta against.
Addressing journalists at the Morgan Richard Tsvangurai House in central Harare this Monday afternoon, Mwonzora did not rule out chances of a talks with the now Citizens Coalition for Change leader, saying dialogue among political opponents was paramount in the current sorry state of the country.
“The MDC has always said it is prepared to work with all progressive forces for the total liberation of our people, for the total democratisation of Zimbabwe and we remain open to work with all democratic forces, all progressive forces and already in the (MDC) Alliance we are working with some.
“Regarding specifically Advocate Chamisa and his team, a lot depends of course with their attitude towards us; there is nothing really personal between myself and Mr Chamisa as people, there is nothing really personal about it.
“What is important is not what I think about him or what he thinks about me. What is important is what Zimbabweans do want and we will wait to see what will happen as we go with this journey towards 2023,” he said.
Mwonzora’s party had invited the media to respond to the just ended by-elections in which his MDC-T has failed to win a single seat in 28 parliamentary and 117 council by-elections that were up for grabs.