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MDC apologises to Mthwakazi

16 Jul 2019 at 12:25hrs | Views
The MDC Bulawayo chairlady Tendai Gwaradzimba who yesterday declared war on MRP calling upon her party faithful to fight MRP and accusing MRP for being ZANU PF has since retracted her comments and apologized for misjudging the people's revolutionary party MRP. Some have argued that she may not be really meaning what she says but for political reasons if she publicly apologise we accept her apologies doesn't matter if she mean it or not.

She was never our target in the first place, so we only called them to tell them to separate MDC party from Bulawayo our beloved city. We are clear that we trust Bulawayo City Council affairs to be safe in the hands of management than the chaotic MDC Councillors. It is the tribalistic MDC Councillors that we don't want in Bulawayo. The mistaken belief that because they are there then they own this city will be fiercely resisted.

MDC Councillors in Bulawayo are the most corrupt beings, they parcel land amongst themselves, employ their relatives and sidechicks at the expense of deserving Bulawayo residents. The MDC party is a beneficiary of the harmonized elections, people didn't vote for them they only voted against ZANU PF.

Bulawayo is the city of Kings and Queens and the capital city of Mthwakazi. Kambarami and his brigade do not qualify at all. You see them "ngamawala ukuthi ngabantu bokuza". We respect our elders not only our elders but our leaders too. You cannot publicly humiliate a person old enough to be your father then record a video for that matter.

That nonsense must stop and Kambarami must go immediately. We are here to defend, protect and promote uBulawayo Wethu Omuhle loMthwakazi jikelele.

For Peace and Justice in Our Life Time
Mbonisi Gumbo MRP member writing in his personal capacity.

Source - Mbonisi Gumbo
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