THE MDC Alliance has already received pledges of foreign direct investment and international financial support which will be honoured when the opposition coalition assumes power after Monday’s crunch elections.
This was revealed by alliance principal and former finance minister Tendai Biti as he addressed the coalition’s final campaign rally at Harare’s Freedom Square on Saturday.
Biti said he had just returned from a trip to South Africa where he had been dispatched by alliance leader and presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa.
“We saw the (Turkish President Tayyip) Erdoğan and he said go and tell Nelson Chamisa that, come the first of August 2018, there will be Turkish foreign direct investment in (Zimbabwe),” Biti told the thousands of supporters who thronged the square.
“We have been to the United Kingdom, the United States of America, we have also made phones calls to Beijing, India, Russia and Moscow.
“We were with the boys who won the (FIFA) World Cup like (France president Emmanuel Macron, Pogba and they were saying Mr Chamisa, money is coming on the first of August 2018.”
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