What is now certain is that there will be a change of government in 2018 and those thinking that Tsvangirai will one day rule Zimbabwe are living in a fool’s territory.
Zanu (PF) days are numbered and Tsvangirai’s empire is crumbling. Our hope as Zimbabweans is in Welshman Ncube to take Zimbabwe to Canaan – the home of milk and honey.
It is unfortunate that the easily-cheated Deborah Bronnert believes that Tsvangirai will one day go to state house. That will only happen over our dead bodies.
Zanu(PF) will never be allowed to rule Zimbabwe after Mugabe – with or without the army. I personally predict a Welshman Ncube led government in 2018.
Accusations levelled against Ncube by pro-Zanu and MDC-T are baseless and at times stupid. Tsvangirai does not carry our hopes as Zimbabweans at all and those funding him can silently continue doing so at their own peril. They should not think that when they are giving money to Tsvangirai they are promoting democracy and human rights in Zimbabwe. That’s absolute nonsense.
Giving us Tsvangirai is as bad as giving us another Bishop Abel Muzorewa to lead us. We are going to stand by Ncube today and tomorrow, with or without money, the man will take over power from Mugabe.
Neither Emmerson Munangagwa nor Joyce Mujuru are in our plans. The recent defection of Job Sikhala and Jourbert Mudzumwe was a non-event and not worth celebrating since it means a lot of misery for Morgan Tsvangirai and his team.
The Movement for Democratic Change and its president Professor Welshman Ncube should not lose sleep over the Harvest house drama and Stanley square grandstanding where some former MDC legislators were paraded and exposed.
People who joined Tsvangirai are not reputable or credible characters worth throwing a party for. Sikhala is a well-known fortune digger who stays where there is money and has been to every party formed under the sun.
Mudzumwe is known for that shameful incident where he pulled out a woman’s hair and urinated in a bowl at the middle of the night and Tsvangirai today wants us to believe that he has made a catch that will help him form the next government. How can such a person, who was at one time arrested for looting commercial workers union funds, be trusted to lead this country? – Gugugu Magorira, ZvishavanePost published in: Letters to the Editor