Mutisi said political parties and NGOs who refuse to sit down for dialogue with Mnangagwa will regret their choices when hardliners take over the country.
There have been reports of looming discontent within the ranks of Zanu-PF and the military with the leadership of Mnangagwa with whispers of another coup brewing to oust the President."To the individuals, political parties, CSOs and countries ignoring/rejecting President @edmnangagwa's open offers for dialogue/engagement, when ED is gone u will regret the opportunity. He is very liberal & willing to compromise, wait until the hardliners take over... Just saying," Mutisi posted on Twitter.
Former Zanu-PF spin doctor Professor Jonathan Moyo has warned that a coup is looming within both Government and Zanu-PF.
Former Tourism minister Walter Mzembi, responding to Mutisi said Zanu-PF has no monopoly to hardliners.
"Zanu PF @KMutisi has no monopoly on hardliners, you are really taking people for granted to pronounce something like that, you have a generational surprise in the offing . You think you are the only party capable of minting hardliners?" said Mzembi.
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