MDC-T leader, Mr. Morgan Tsvangirai has attacked the countryâ€™s indigenisation programme saying it is a Zanu PF agenda.
At a time the indigenisation and economic empowerment programme is gaining ground by benefitting local communities, Prime Minister Tsvangirai, who was addressing his party supporters at a rally at Rudhaka Stadium in Marondera, distanced his party from the government programme, saying it is a Zanu PF initiative.
He added that his partyâ€™s priority is to create jobs for the people and not to empower them.
This development comes barely a week after the country witnessed the launch of the Mhondoro-Ngezi Community Shareholding Trust by the Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, President Robert Mugabe to help indigenous Zimbabweans acquire shares from foreign owned companies.
In a clear indication that the inclusive government is a marriage of convenience that has overstayed its welcome, Mr Tsvangirai conceded that it is a temporary arrangement which he is no longer interested in.
Mr Tsvangirai was only reiterating what has already been said by President Mugabe including the fact that elections will be held next year.
Earlier on, Mr Tsvangirai toured a number of projects in Marondera that included the Lower Paradise low density housing project, Nyameni Clinic, the Wenimbe water pipeline, the Women University in Africa and the water treatment plant in the town.