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Another term for Mnangagwa will be disastrous

22 Jun 2022 at 13:51hrs | Views
ZANU PF government is failing to put its house in order. The house is on fire. The economy has been collapsing under the watchful eye of Zanu-PF leadership with no sight of ending.

The recently announced 100% pay rise to civil servants is just a pie in the sky. The revolutionary party is running in sixes and sevens trying to bring back an engine which has seen its many better days.

Its high time people call a spade a spade and certify this current government very sick andl in its intensive care unit or dead.

As we draw closer to holding our harmonised elections in 2023 it looks like there is nothing new coming from President Emmerson Mnangagwa's led government.

Civil servants in the country are the most poorly paid. Anything which they may try to improve like increasing salaries for civil servants and improving some of their bad policies will be just a campaigning gimmick with no substance.

The five years which Mnangagwa has presided over the national affairs of the country have proved to be a mammoth task for him and allowing him to take over another term would be so disastrous.

Emmerson Mnangagwa has lost his marbles if he had any before. He has failed to whip his errant corrupt government officials and also failed to address bread and butter issues. The economy is just growing on paper but on the ground there is nothing to write home about.

Zimbabwe is not short of potential leaders who can take this country out of this mess. Zanu PF party cannot be the only political party to provide our political and economic solutions. We have plenty of leaders who are ready to serve this nation with distinctions.

Now health workers have gunned down their tools. It never rains but pours for President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government.

Things are falling apart. The economy is screaming shrinking and in shambles. There is sharp increase of selective application of the law which has been weaponised to silence dissenting voices from the opposition and political activists.

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Source - Leonard Koni
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