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Zanu-PF has an undying love for lies, propaganda

21 Sep 2020 at 06:50hrs | Views
LIES and threats have now become the order of the day for the President Emmerson Mnangagwa-led government.

Since his inauguration, people have been subjected to gross human rights violations, torture, abductions, lies and propaganda.

Not even a day passes without hearing threats, lies and propaganda.

At the rate at which the current crop of ministers are surviving on lies, it won't be a surprise that one day it would come back to haunt them.

The list of these Zanu-PF-aligned ministers who have turned out to be liars and propagandist is endless.

Imagine Vice-President Kembo Mohadi telling those who care to listen and still believe in him that as a nation, we must celebrate the positives that Mnangagwa has done.

So far Mnangagwa has not done anything positive except presiding over a rogue administration.

Kembo is not alone in the liars and propagandists club as he has his teammates who include Finance minister Mthuli Ncube, Information and Publicity minister Monica Mutsvangwa and Kazembe Kazembe of Home Affairs, among others.

For how long will Mnangagwa and his cohorts last considering that people now know them in and out?

Prices of all basic commodities are quoted in United States dollars, yet the populace is earning salaries in real time gross settlement.

At one time, Mnangagwa had the tenacity to tell the nation that the business community was on a mission to remove the government by wantonly increasing prices so that the masses would turn against him.

No, no Mnangagwa that is not it, you are the biggest culprit, stop hiding behind the finger.

It's unfortunate for you because the people are more enlightened than what you think and they know who is causing them suffering.

We demand that Mnangagwa and his crew be more serious than this circus they are displaying.

Source - newsday
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