The leader of the National Peoplle’s Party, Joice Mujuru has described MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa as a slippery character.

“People might say you must unite, yes, we tried it and approached Chamisa and, in turn, he said he was coming to talk to me, but he didn’t come. I just concluded that he is hamstrung because of these issues,” she said in reference to power wrangles that rocked the main opposition party following Tsvangirai’s death in February.

 But Chamisa’s spokesperson Nkululeko Sibanda told Newsday that Mujuru had not played her part and that even under the circumstances, there were possible technical possibilities to have the two work together.
“The president is not slippery. Nothing is impossible with negotiations, 24 hours is a long time in politics. However, there can be further technical possibilities beyond the nomination court,” he said. 

“What we need is the will and president Chamisa has shown the willingness to build a winning coalition.”