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God takes the fight to Zanu

by MLF
23 Jan 2021 at 07:00hrs | Views
Not long ago, Zimbabwe's Vice President and a remorseless henchman, Constantine Chiwenga fired healthcare workers across the binary for speaking out about the dire situation they were working under and the high cost of living his government exposed them to. He thought ZANU senior members were immortal and he was only exposing the general population to death by any disease.

Little did he know how much important they were in saving lives. He and his ZANU did not see it coming that they will be one day talking about losing 8 government members who have succumbed to the ravaging coronavirus pandemic. Little did he know either that the God of Heavens will take control of the whole situation and take the fight to ZANU for mistreatment of ordinary people under their rule. One could laugh with a heavy heart at the leaked voice recording of Oppah Muchinguri, mourning the departure of Ellen Gwaradzimba.

According to the reports reaching us, many more are already packing their luggage and getting ready to migrate to the Heavens as witnessed by the rumours that Chiwenga himself has been granted leave although in disguise as because of mental stress of losing loved ones to the pandemic. How many family members has he lost to see him stressed beyond his mental powers? It is rumoured that their selfishness is what led them to all this as they vaccinated themself with the vaccine they had secured from Europe, hoping to save their lives ahead of the people they are leading. Unfortunately, they did not know that they greed would haunt them badly.

This is the time that God is castrating the Cock that has violated Mthwakazi people's rights since 1980 and he is paving way for the bloodless Mthwakazexit.

Vuka Mthwakazi Vuka!!!

Source - MLF
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