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Call for Chiwenga to provide leadership as Mnangagwa messes up

14 Jan 2019 at 06:17hrs | Views
Dear General Bae,  we missed you. We missed your heroic exploits as you have been busy and submerged in Pfeeerorism.  

We plead with you people's General, we are suffering. We thought Mnangagwa  would bring brighter days to the Republic of Zimbabwe. We thought you would be there with Mnangagwa to remind him that as stockholders you are accountable for the people's happiness or lack thereof.

I know write to you General Chiwenga as the nation faces a shutdown,  which is really a reaction to the executive decisions that have been made by Mnangagwa. The people are not happy. ZANU PF and MDC alike are not happy, the nation is burning and we know we have a caring general who will allow us to gather and show our displeasure. We ask that you protect us from the guns of the Republic. August 1 people were shot at and this time we plead with you General Bae please protect us. We promise to be peaceful and orderly. We promise to only March against Pfeeerorism and bad economic decisions.

The 2% tax is a noose on our necks,  the fuel increase and price increases, rent is now charged in USD we are struggling and we need a few days to vent on the streets and maybe Mnangagwa will take us seriously.  

Our grievances are not with JOC,  our quarrel is not with the army,  we need JOC and the army to protect us and keep us safe from Pfeeerorists.

General Chiwenga Sir,  you remain our hero and we trust you to make sure that the guns of the Republic are not turned against the citizens like what the Smith regime would do.  

Who knows maybe you might join us as well in the shutdown and the marches,  you need to,  how do they have you in a room without an air conditioner?  Join us General and let's build the Zimbabwe we want together.  

Yours truly
Marilyn Gwaze

Source - Marilyn Gwaze
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