Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has set the cat among the pigeons within the warring ruling Zanu PF, revealing that he has held meetings with the country’s feared military officials as part of his bid to allow the smooth transfer of power if he wins next year’s watershed national elections.
“We are very much aware, of course, that the stakes are high and that the regime will invest scarce national resources into nothing else but power retention.
“We must be ready for them, armed with no other weapon except our sheer unity and a collective resolve for change. All we need is a formidable unity that spans from the top to the very grassroots of our nation,” Tsvangirai said on Monday.
Defence minister Sydney Sekeramayi had not responded to questions sent to him by the time of going to print. daily news