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Is Mphoko the right man to talk about returning of ZAPU and Zipra properties

28 Apr 2017 at 14:35hrs | Views
In his last utterances on press,the vice President of Zimbabwe Phelekezela Mphoko showed confidence by saying that the ex Zipra cadres must mention and note down all ZAPU properties which were seized by ZANU.

He further on said that "ZAPU did not join ZANU by mistake" The vice President of Zimbabwe who claims to be the prodigal son of the non existing ended unity accord is left alone hanging into a non existing thing which ended in 2008 when ZAPU pulled out and choose not to work with ZANU.

Now Mphoko who was the chief logistic personnel during war,The man who deserted ZAPU and choose to work with ZANU is trying to negotiate and at the same time trying to promote non existing unity accord

If Mphoko need properties,he must rejoin ZAPU led by his Excellency Dumiso Dabengwa then maybe they can include him in shares.

Mphoko can speak in a persuasive manner trying to make people like what he is saying while knowing what he is up to and trying to gain a political mileage.

To all ZAPU and ex Zipra cadres, we have a long walk to freedom and all the ex-combats who are piling pressure on looters (ZANU) continue with hard work "Okuka Khesari kuKhesari"

The ex Zipra cadres are living a miserable life while they have their properties which they are not benefiting from them.

There is a turning point in Zimbabwe politics and all the evil things which were done by ZAPU are going to be revealed and Mphoko is now seeing and telling the people. ZAPU is a strong party and which will make a lot of people confess and reveal hidden secrets.

# Bring back ZAPU properties

Sikhumbuzo Moyo

Not ZAPU spokesperson

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