Sata, stay away from Zimbabwe please
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Like I have said before, Zimbabwe is a sovereign state capable of sorting out its internal problems without the aid of Sata. Was it not president Sata who was just crying and whining the other day that the foreign diplomats are interfering with our internal affairs when the British high commissioner met us opposition political leaders? Why has he found it right for him to interfere in Zimbabwe's internal affairs, suppose the people of that country decide to vote for someone else like what happened here in Zambia when our people rejected the incumbent and voted for Sata himself?
When it comes to choosing a leader, it's imperative that the Zimbabwean people are given the choice and room to choose the leader of their choice and not Sata imposing a leader on them. But we know that Sata and Mugabe are the same and that's the reason why he is working hard to ensure that his friend wins and it's also the reason why out of all the presidents in the world, Michael Sata has chosen to be very close to Robert Mugabe. They are both dictators.
Is president Sata right to use tax payer's money to aid the elections in Zimbabwe so that his friend emerges the winner? Sata can not lie that he is just helping the people of Zimbabwe because if there's any country and people that need help that much, then it has to be the DRC, South Sudan and Somali among other nations and not Zimbabwe. Besides that, Zambia has really done a lot for that country for us as a nation to keep on helping even when our economy is not that good. But Sata is doing all he can to help Robert Mugabe win the election even when he has ruled for more than 30 years and is now quite old and visibly weak with wrong and selfish motives, does that make sense?
What is that which Sata expects Mugabe to achieve for the people of Zimbabwe which he has not done in more than 30 years he has been in power?
Any way. the Zimbabwean people are the ones who have the power through the ballot box to choose who they want to lead them. If they still feel that there's no one else in all the land of Zimbabwe among the 13 million people who can lead them, it's really entirely up to them. But for Sata, supporting Robert Mugabe is definitely not the right thing, worse still spending tax payer's money to help his friend. As for me, I strongly feel that Mugabe and Sata should not continue to insult the intelligence of the Zimbabwean people. Mugabe should step aside and let fresh blood take over. He has done his part and its time for him to rest. There are a lot of thousands of brilliant young Zimbabweans in his Zanu-PF, private and as well as the opposition political parties who are capable of driving Zimbabwe forward.
As for president Sata, once again please stay away from Mugabe and stop meddling in the affairs of Zimbabwe.
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Source: Wright Musoma I President of the Zambia Republic Party ZRP
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