HARARE – Front for Economic Emancipation (FEEZ) leader Godfrey Tsenengamu said Tuesday that his party will push for the formation of a coalition government in Zimbabwe after general elections next year.
At a press conference in Harare, Tsenengamu also said FEEZ is ready to confront state security agents – especially members of the Central Intelligence Organization (CIO) – ahead of elections next year.
“We are not afraid of anyone; be it the CIO because we won’t break any laws to mobilize people. If anyone thinks they’re going to stop us, they’ll be disappointed because they can’t stop us.
“We will respond the same to anyone who tries to stop us because we think we are all equal. What Zanu PF enjoys should be enjoyed by everyone,” Tsenengamu said.
He called on his former party ZANU PF to desist from disrupting opposition rallies ahead of elections saying it has no monopoly over how political parties must conduct their campaigns.
“Zanu PF is not terrorised at opposition strongholds; so no one must terrorise us (opposition) as we get into their perceived strongholds. We have been in Zanu PF; and we know how they do their things. We know what is going to come our way, but as a party we are ready,” he charged.
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