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Constantly hold Mnangagwa to account to effect 'Our Dearest Economic Recovery'

28 Nov 2017 at 20:24hrs | Views
If we fail to put our new President under stress and strain, he might sleep on duty like his predecessor. The little we can do as Scribes and Citizens is to institute a "Correct by Condemnation" regime, which will guide Mnangagwa against repeating another Mugabe incompetency.

Here are a list of future "Must Write" Online Newspaper Articles which our scribes must begin to consider.

(1) Mnangagwa has a chance to excel, only if he understands "The Law of Balance"

(2) The simple words "Sorry for Gukurahundi" are a balm that could cleanse Mnangawa.

(2b) Zimbabwe needs an Independent International Inquiry about the missing Dzamara if we have to trust Mnangagwa and impunity decisions.

(3) Citizens will Judge Mnangagwa by the total abolition of corrupt roadblocks.

(4) We have seen the repetition of Mugabe's Legacy, but, Where is yours Mr President?

(5) Pumping Mugabe with retirement fund translates to funding G40 Military Wing

(6) Diaspora Zimbabweans should judge by results, not speculations about Mnangwagwa.

(7) "Lest haply, thou adversary delivers thee to the Judge" Mr President! – Matthew 5:25

(8) Mugabe did to Mnangagwa what Mnangagwa is doing to Jonathan Moyo.

(9) Changing the driver while the bus's real fault is a small engine.

(10) C.V says, "Mnangagwa Untrustworthy" - Godfrey Huggins (1955), J.Nkomo 1961, R. Mugabe 2017.

(11) What change in replacing Mugabe with –m-ugabe?

(12) Zanu October Stadium "Down With Mnangagwa", Zanu November Stadium "Down with Mugabe", Vote Chamisa for a sane Zimbabwe.

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