Ooooooooooooooooooooh! What a week. Totally incredible. But that is what politics is.
Letter to my People
I am sure we have all debated the developments of the week. From the ill-advised decision by Cde Chris to hold an executive meeting which endorsed his leadership, to the rebellion by Midlands and Masvingo provinces.
There was the suspicious meeting by war veterans in which they were really thumped, tear-gassed and cannoned by the patriotic members of the police to the rather unexpected Soza, State of Zanu PF address, disguised as State of the Nation, Sona, on Friday.
I will start with the State of Zanu PF address on Friday by Mdhara. I am sure you all saw for yourselves that when Mdhara addressed Zanu PF supporters on national television, the real loser was Team Lacoste.
Surely, I hope none of you would believe that Mdhara would have told a faction which I am a member of, to shut up. That would be like telling me to shut up! Me, the one who told him if he doesn’t baby dump Joice, we would baby dump her as the Women’s League!
Can a person who stays with me, in the same house, shares the same bed with me, eats meals with me; tell me to shut up? If you believe that then you would need to have your heads examined.
I already indicated at the Chiweshe rally that I find it odd that some people say I aspire to be president of the country when I am already IN CHARGE!
Remember it was ME who said it many moons ago that there was nothing special about war veterans.
And who would have thought war veterans would one day be treated like ordinary citizens with tear gas and water cannons aimed at them? I am told some rebellious war veterans were heard saying something to the effect that they should have resisted efforts by the Supreme Leader to take over the leadership of Zanu in Mozambique.
Anyway, I digress, but it is only I who would have told those soldiers off and that can only be done by somebody who would be in charge.
We had to quickly chase that Jabulani Sibanda boy after he spoke about power being sexually transmitted, implying there was a bedroom coup or something like that. Kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk! [laughing] What do you think?
The long and short of the Soza was that Team Lacoste should be the one to shut up. That is why Chris from Team Lacoste was singled out by name. We did not hear names like Saviour, Chimusoro Jonah, Patrick or Sarah being mentioned.
After all, if the Supreme Leader asks too many questions, I will tell him while we are at home that if he doesn’t baby dump Team Lacoste, we will baby dump him as Gay 40, sorry we are now Gushungo 40!
The downside to the war veterans being battered was that the Supreme Leader was forced to apologise to those little nobodies. Problem with that is the media will start asking why Mudhara has apologised to a handful of war veterans when he has not apologised for the thousands of unarmed men, women and children who were butchered during Gukurahundi.
He described Gukurahundi as a “moment of madness” without saying how several years of mass slaughter could be described as a moment, and just who had gone mad.
Thankfully, Mboko is always ready to say that Gukurahundi was a project which was sponsored and implemented by white interests which the then Prime Minister and Minister of Defence, Bob did not know about.
Opposition to Gushungo 40 has come from Midlands, Masvingo and Mashonaland East provinces and it makes it hard to know who else is resisting.
In all this, I am not sure where the Matabeleland provinces stand and I don’t buy Obert Mpofu’s very nice words that people of Matabeleland North are not capable or willing to lead. Sounds too good to be true.
Let’s not forget the classic that Mboko made in Chiweshe. That it is not automatic that just because a Zezuru is president now, the next president will be a Karanga.
This I believe is what has worked some people into a frenzy, but that is the sad reality of this nation. That could explain the anger from Masvingo and Midlands and other parts of the country.
But I don’t care; I dare anyone to stop my rallies to assess the impact of El Niño around the country. I will be accompanied by Gushungo 40 members, with Mboko as my praise singer. Watch this space and the song played at my gatherings will be: MuZezuru Unconquerable!
Munhuwese kuna Amai!
Gushungo 40 Woyeee!
Pasi neOperation Shumba!
Dr Amai –Fake Ph.D