The events of Sunday was shuttering to Zimbabweans. We were all waiting for a solution that would help us come out of the crisis that we are in. The decision by the SADC group to force the two contending parties, ZANU PF and MDC to share the ministry of Home Affairs was not a wise move because there is love lost between these parties. "Where has this happened?" commented one passenger on his way to town early morning on Monday to work on the outcome of the talks. "These guys cannot work together even in an inclusive government. Let's just go for another election and come up with a new government," suggested another passenger. The bus was full and we were all listening including those from the security forces who normally get free rides.Whatever decision Morgan Tsvangirai was going to make Zimbabweans were bound to raise questions. If he had agreed many of his supporters were going to raise questions and would have accused him of accepting a bad deal. On the other hand as he did refusing the proposal from SADC is seen by his opponents as selling out. There was no need to go all the way to sign an agreement as they did on 15 September without having agreed on ministerial posts. It was a premature act to sign. But still the opposition was under pressure. Now that they are negotiating after they had signed makes it difficult for the opposition to be seen to be genuine in their demands without being accused of being lovers of positions only. This saga seems to be going to be with us for a very long time.The nation is confused. Is there hope for his nation? Yes there is hope. This maybe the way the issue should be take to AU but these are the same African brother leaders who protect each other come what amy. Those coming from outside particularly the opposition have to lose limb and life to get to power. What a shame! We were told that the bullet is mightier than the ballot.Can the United bring hope by conducting fresh elections here. It seems this is the last thing the ruling ZANU PF would want to entertain. Perhaps the problems we are facing are a prelude to good things to come. These are the birth pangs, some are saying. We just continue to wait and see. Zimbabweans are peace lovers and we are proud of that. God Save Zimbabwe.