I’ll Boot Out Chinese, Says Chamisa
MDC-T president Nelson Chamisa yesterday said if voted into power he will expel Chinese investors and cancel deals Government signed with the world’s second-largest economy running into billions of dollars.
Mr Chamisa made the remarks at Dzivarasekwa Stadium during the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions organised Workers Day celebrations.
The celebrations largely turned out to be an MDC-T rally.
Zimbabwe and China have signed several deals running into billions of dollars spanning from energy, roads and general infrastructure development.
“I have seen the deals that Ngwena (President Mnangagwa’s (nickname) has entered into with China and others, they are busy asset-stripping the resources of the country.
“I have said beginning September when I assume office I will call the Chinese and tell them the deals they signed are unacceptable and they should return to their country,” Mr Chamisa said.
He said his party wanted genuine investment that benefited the people.