A letter to Mnangagwa

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Honourable Minister, I want to speculate that you are most likely to be our next President until 2018.

Guest Columnist Vince Musewe

I want to take advantage of that likelihood and proffer my views on what kind of leadership Zimbabwe needs.

It is very clear to all of us that Zanu PF has dismally failed to manage our country in all spheres.

I, therefore, do not admire anyone with the task of cleaning up the mess that has been created by President Robert Mugabe.

The first indisputable fact is how, over the last 34 years, our politicians have interfered in the management of our economy to its detriment.

They have not only been disruptive in us building a modern and vibrant economy, but have cost the country through the mismanagement of resources including outright theft, corruption and disrespect of the law when it comes to private property.

Any new President who does not acknowledge this fact and act on it as a matter of national survival will continue to contribute to our economic regression.
Accountability and sanction of those politicians and public servants who are known to be corrupt must surely become your first priority if we are to significantly reduce the country risk and attract foreign investors.

The next issue is that we must deploy all our talents to turn the economy around. As Zimbabweans — black and white — we have the skills, the knowledge and the passion on what needs to be done and this responsibility can no longer be left to government alone.

We must, therefore create an environment that is inclusive and all come up with a national vision and plan where each and every one of us can contribute to building a new social and economic product in Zimbabwe. This can never be your responsibility alone.

Agriculture remains the most underperforming asset the country has. I understand that there is significant emotional and political baggage that must be attended to.

However, we need not wait and must at least focus on food security as a country. I am rather amazed that any President can sleep at night knowing that there is a child somewhere in Zimbabwe who has slept on an empty stomach. That is regrettable.

We all know that the resistance to change in this sector is because of the possible exposure of the theft of land assets since 2000.

However, Zimbabwe has so many land assets that are idle and we can as a first move identify those where there is no conflict and get them to be productive while we deal with the compensation issue. Also please stop any new land invasions as they increase our perceived country risk and are in conflict with the Constitution.

We cannot, as a country, solely rely on contract farming as this creates a dependence syndrome and does not maximise resource use. Of course, you must do all you can to deal with the land conflict, compensate the farmers and create an active land market. That could be your medium-term goal.

If you can only achieve this in the next year or so, you would have clearly removed the fundamental economic problem in Zimbabwe. All of us will benefit from this move and I urge you to have a 100-day plan on agriculture revival once you are installed as the new President.

No economy can ever survive without liquidity. Liquidity is the fuel of the economy and your responsibility includes ensuring that the Reserve Bank is
autonomous and has an economic and not a political agenda. This will build confidence and attract investment and deposits into our banking sector. I am sure you know that we cannot, at this juncture, bring back a local currency but we must now construct an economic roadmap and begin work on that now.

In our mining sector, the only thing you need to do now is to ensure that you get rid of corruption in the sector which can earn adequate funds to create the liquidity that we require.

If we ensure that all funds due to government from this sector come into the Treasury and are accounted for, institute good world-class security and surveillance systems including the use of new technology, we would make theft difficult. Maximising mining revenues can surely give us the respite that we need now, while we work on re-engagement with the international community.

It is my opinion that dealing with corruption in the public sector, reviving agriculture, cleaning up accountability in the mining sector and creating a new confidence in the financial services sector are the four things that you can and must do from your first day in office.

If you did this, I truly believe that we will all be amazed at how quickly we can revive our economy and our country brand.

Yes, we still have to deal with political reforms and creating a democratic social system in Zimbabwe including healing the past. These are important and critical if we are to create a sustainable socio-economic system. These can be our medium-term goals.

I do not believe that you would be incompetent at implementing the above ideas. I do not believe that you will be unwilling to be the man who changed our country’s destiny in a very short period of time.

The past is done and gone and we must now all focus on creating a better future for all Zimbabweans.

I pray that God affords all of us the strength and foresight and wish you good courage and no fear to do what is right.

Yours in the struggle for the emancipation of Zimbabweans,Vincent Musewe

l Vince Musewe is an author and economist based in Harare. You may contact him on vtmusewe@gmail.com

55 COMMENTS

  1. a patently misplaced speculative document considering Mnangagwa is said to be number 14th in the zanu pf hirerchy.in my on view we are likely to have Mugabe and his continued singaporean visits until 2018.

    • kumwe kurota so ka kunopa hasha. how can yu consider one side of the same coin to be usefull n reject the other side. your speculation is like you want us to hve our own Amini. muZimbabwe.plse we hve suffered a lot in these cruel hands n you suggest that the right hand is tired n the left hand must take over. its better to hve amai Mujuru n Kaya Moyo to see us through to 2018. mamwe mabhinya ayo will make it even worse.

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    • This writer is DAY DREAMING He is addressing his so called concerns to the wrong individual Zimbabwe is not comrade Mnangagwa! Go back to school You don’t even know the politics of ZANU PF!

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  2. Being number 14 and therefore not able to ascend to the presidency is only in Didmus Mutasa’s mind! Remember Mujuru was a junior to Ngwena when she suddenly became vice president. The writer based his issue on a clear analysis of the centres of power in Zanu pf. Well said Vince!

    • Correct. Ngwena is next clearly to ensure him and his mates don’t go to the Hague. I don’t even think he’d even stay till 2018 if he can get the assurances of immunity from prosecution earlier from the International community.

  3. Washaya zvekunyora here? Misplaced speculation indeed. Why 2018? Why Mnangagwa? Only God knows who Zimbabwe’s next leader is and the time for his ascendancy.

  4. You could have just saved your strength Vincent & concentrated on the final part about your prayer to God. By faith lets brace ourselves for God’s glory & see how effortlessly he shall deliver us from our suffering

    • ….. by faith lets brace ourselves for God’s glory & see how effortlessly he shall deliver us from our suffering. what a delusion. yours is not faith my dear compatriot. its timidity and fear camouflaged as faith and hope. in fact its false hope. the kind of “hope” zimbos have had in the last fifteen years, but with things getting even worse. your delusion is a result of fear thats in your heart. fear is of the devil, not from God. When you allow fear to rule you, all you simply saying is, “devil do as you please because i fear you” and the result is endless bondage and subjugation as we see today. overcome the devil by overcoming your fear brother, then surely we can start to witness God’s power in redeeming us from the curse thats upon us.

  5. @tiktak and tatenda, you should learn to read between the lines. in fact the writer might be saying mnangagwa if you ever come to rule you are going to be a useless guy like your leader. he might also be saying mugabe is a useless leader.

    • nonsense!If it ain’t writen, it ain’t said. Why doesn’t he just say it straight like you dream? Don’t try to paint a snake into a dove with colourful paint. Why read between lines when there are whole sentences in ink? How stupid are you? Silly!

  6. @sssss – lm not in disagreement with Vince at all, lm just saying the matter is no longer in human hands but in God’s hands

  7. Leave God out of this he is also an oldman like Mugabe. Did he not banish Lucifer for offering alternate ideas to the angels. The politucal model in Zim is typical to that in heaven so its good. Mnagagwa will never rule because he will predecease Mugabe.

    • @ Stokononzi

      Zvimwe ndezvimwe Shamwari, iri Zita ramudhara ari kuheaven uko siyana naro. Unoita churu chemunyu semukadzi waLot. Wamwei kuseni so kumukira Blasphemy kudaro? Indava kuita mutsimba neGehena so?Kurifarira here? Uchabvira ukaramba uchifamba mufast lane iroro.

    • @stokononzi if you can compare “GOD ALMIGHT” with any living being urikutamba nezvisizvo.God has never created all this messy,but it only needs his mercy to end this madness in zim.Mwari havatauri-tauri zvisina basa,uchaona zvichaitika kana nguva yavo yakwana yekuti zvinhu zvishanduke.Zim needs a David from God,,,

  8. This is pathetic journalism at the least.This journalist has no doubt availed himself to be a campaign agent for his master for he has shown the dangerous propensity to sacrifice the basic ethics of journalism prime of which is objectivity ,rationalism and impartiality by discreetly clamouring for and attempting to mislead the whole nation that it is all but a foregone conclusion that Mnangagwa is the next president.this is mischief at its worst and to make it worse there is no attempt to justify this not so innoccent attempt to hoodwink the zimbabwean populacy.Somebody is singing for their supper here but too bad people are not as gullible anymore for they can see through this sinister plot to give an unfair advantage to one individual on the issue of succession.And what disrespect and contempt for the sitting vice president.This is shameful if not criminal abuse of one’s position to advance the selfish interest of one individual.This guy needs to be censored for he surely is becoming a threat to national security.

    • Shapiro, and all the others, this is an opinions column. Everyone has an opinion about anything as their constitutional right. When you read these columns be aware that these are only opinions, period. But in some opinions lie facts. Vince, keep on doing what you are doing. Stokononzi, you brought up a point worth pondering over? Don’t be discouraged by the non thinkers!

  9. ED will rule this country soon chaps. there is now way mother mujuru can lead this country. look at how Banda has failed to manage Malawi. now she claims rigging of elections a sign that she has never been in control of the country. This is how Zim will be if mujuru takes over. We need ED for change.

  10. Vince u’v gone off é rails, watever u sayin Mnangagwa hs 2 change, he 2 is as guilty as evry1 in Zanu PF. He is é minister of justice ryt nw, is there justice here in Zim? As é responsible minister wat hs he done 2 help curb corruption, salarygate, citizens disappearing, n al injustices. Wat hs he done gud in al ministries he hs bn heading? Wil he lead or rule? I guess é latter. He’s as bad as Mugabe. Hw mch hv u bn paid n r u hs unofficial campaign agent nw, u nid 2 stop hallucinating

  11. atonga atonga isu we fed up .Mnangagwa OR who isu we find ways to make it .politics in zim not one of the good things .but if he comes in rule better why not support him .we need good leaders like chinoz from zanu-pf he is working hard as an MP .we want good leaders thus all remember pple do change .

  12. VT Musewe as long as you do not acknowledge that all was going well in our country , but due to the machinations of local idiotic puppets, traitors, in the mdct and their western slave masters, the economy was squeezed under the illegal sanctions and if it were not for our resilience we could have been slaves again, but alas, we knew what caused the hardships and not your skewed thinking. Go get yourself a husband in the diaspora to rock your rear and forget about the beautiful country of Zimbabwe, Things will eventually be ok for us.

    • Reason, it is your type of thinking that got us into this mess. For as long as we do not acknowledge that we messed up we will never improve ourselves. Blaming others for our failure is the greatest failure of all.

  13. wait until Emerson Dambudzo Mnagagwa aka Ngwena/Croc takes over. Corruption will be no more. True he is minister of Justice but cannnot do anything as long as bob is arround.

  14. The writer has pushed a lot of buttons, that’s why this article is good. He didn’t say Mnangagwa is next, he said Mnangagwa is “likely” to be next. Does anyone know why, bcoz he’s the leader of the strongest factions in zanu, not considering the “politiburo heirachy”. I like the fact that you’ve aired out all the points in simplicity. Get rid of corruption, every ministry should be prudent in all its undertakings. Anyone found at fault should be prosecuted. I regard this as a very good article. Kudos

  15. Vapfanha vekuBorder Gezi munonetsa! Miromo pamberi, pfungwa kumashure! Where is the link between MDc T, puppets, sanctions, western powers to the suggestions this writer is implying? Tobva tatoshaya kuti zvaimbofamba sei kucamp kwamaive muri

  16. President of Zanu pf not Zimbabwe. Mnangagwa is corrupt and ruthless more than Mugabe. The old man is wasting our money every month going for his check ups in Singapore.
    We voted for Mugabe not Mujuru or Mnangagwa. We rather prefer to be ruled by opposition than to allow Joyce or Emerson Mnangagwa to take over as the illegitimate President. FORGET FORGET.

  17. We are told Mugabe has got 6 degrees or diplomas. I’ve not seen any signs that Mugabe is educated. An educated person is compas*ionate, has good judgement, shows good taste or refinement, acts rationally, and shows restraint at all times, none of which Mugabe has shown.
    The country is being run by a man with bipolar disorder. He has the audacity to go to Rome to meet the Pope to try and portray himself as a man of God soon after his party has stolen elections and sending his thugs to invade farms and kill farmers in a country he rules. And has also had over 40 000 unarmed civilians mas*acred in Guk*rahu*di and goes to meet the Pope! A normal educated person should have resigned but he clings on regardless. When his party engineered a world record rate of inflation he should have admitted failure for impoverishing us all but he continued as if this was normal. Can he not see we are worse off under his 34-year reckless and primitive rule than we were under the whites? If he was educated he could do the maths and see that he has totally failed. These visits to Rome show Mugabe is mentally unbalanced. He lives in a world of is own. Mugabe claims to have done an economics degree while in detention? I am sure someone wrote the exam for him. If this is what the correspondence economics degree does to people then it is not worthwhile having one. It’s an embarras*ment.

    Mnangagwa has no chance of succeeding Mugabe – it will be someone related to Mugabe like nephew Leo Muchanyarei aka Leo Mugabe or Ignatius Chombo or nephew Patrick Joao aka Patrick Zhuwawo or daughter Bonaventura.

    • Your hatred of a fellow human (RGM) is so sickening its a pathology, and in vehemence you single mindedly believe you will convince all and sundry to hate him too, ne age yako akakuiitira chii? Ndekupi kusina kurwiwa nemarudzi? Ivo pavakauya (Voku Matabeleland) muna 1858-1896 vakauraya vanhu vedu vangani? Why disrupt nation building when we all feel like one family? Who pays you to write like that? Zvinozotipei senyika? Iwe unoona uine academic capacity and resolve seya RGM yeku tora nyika kubva kuvarungu? This nation deserves better than you are preaching.

      • @Don – son of a strumpet. Idiot.

        We are told Mugabe has got 6 degrees or diplomas. I’ve not seen any signs that Mugabe is educated. An educated person is compas*ionate, has good judgement, shows good taste or refinement, acts rationally, and shows restraint at all times, none of which Mugabe has shown.
        The country is being run by a man with bipolar disorder. He has the audacity to go to Rome to meet the Pope to try and portray himself as a man of God soon after his party has stolen elections and sending his thugs to invade farms and kill farmers in a country he rules. And has also had over 40 000 unarmed civilians mas*acred in Guk*rahu*di and goes to meet the Pope! A normal educated person should have resigned but he clings on regardless. When his party engineered a world record rate of inflation he should have admitted failure for impoverishing us all but he continued as if this was normal. Can he not see we are worse off under his 34-year reckless and primitive rule than we were under the whites? If he was educated he could do the maths and see that he has totally failed. These visits to Rome show Mugabe is mentally unbalanced. He lives in a world of is own. Mugabe claims to have done an economics degree while in detention? I am sure someone wrote the exam for him. If this is what the correspondence economics degree does to people then it is not worthwhile having one. It’s an embarras*ment.

  18. Kudos to the writer. To all those who haven’t done literature, i am sorry because you will rush to scratch the surface without understanding the theme of this thesis. To begin with, the writer is not casting in stone that Mnangagwa will take over automatically but he is referring to whoever takes the reigns to orderise the junk created by the current leader. Currently the power is clearly centred on Mnangagwa but it does not mean that it’s automatic that he will take the reigns. Just to have a go on Mai Mujuru a bit, during Muzenda’s error (VP responsible for parastatals) the state of corruption was at a minimal because he did not tolerate that. Please check all the recent fat cats who were affected by the so called obscene salaries….. they are all aligned to moms. Cashbert used to donate hundreds of thousands during mai’s purported gatherings. Snapshot on this: PTC was dismantled into several ineffective SBUs and the same goes for ZESA and the seriously dead ZBC. Look at ZUPCO and Railways (NRZ). All parastatals are have got an overseer in the form of the Vice President (1st).

    Kumuseka henyu bt zvebasa aiita Simon Venge Muzenda!!!!!!

  19. People r being emotional…ED is one of the best candidates to LEAD this country…a strong and principled character…he is not cruel or ruthless as some have suggested but is a leader able to provide strong and strict leadership when required…with a leader like Ngwena u think we can have zvana boko haram? U think cashbert or happyton would be walking free? As minister of justice in the 90’s he has seen reduction in number of offences punishable by death penalty,relaxation of media laws resulting in licensing of more newspapers,magazines and joy TV…he also spearheaded the constitutional commission of 1999 which produced a very progressive and liberal constitution which was rejected by NCA,MDC and white farmers although in 2013 MDC supported an almost exact constitution.

  20. good piece, but unfortunately it falls on deaf ears. The person you are addressing is said to be dreaming of a new capital city in Kwekwe and will also safeguard the interests of the military before the povo… Ngomumye umthakathi lowu…

  21. You all missed the point, including Vincent Musewe. The author thinks Ngwena will take over. Okay, that’s his opinion, we’re all split into factions or camps of opinion on the succession right now. It doesn’t make him right or wrong, just differing from others.
    The missed point however is:
    Why should any Mugabe successor be any different to him?Whoever wants the job only wants it because of the patronage they’ve seen it bring.
    Who would clamour to take over a dying economy without any change in policy direction unless it was to use the same means and machinations to simply STAY IN POOR and not IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF THE PEOPLE.
    In short, there is nothing new that Ngwena will do that Mugabe couldn’t have done already. He will learn only the bad things from Mugabe. Surprised that not a single comment mentions his part in Gukurahundi.

  22. Kuziva kwenyu kwanyanya veduwe,hezvo nhamo yafunya chisero munyika medu.Gamuchiraiwo chokwadi chiri pachena chekuti ZANU PF has presided over the total demise of our economy.Ini ndoona sekuti mbeu iripo iyezvino yevanhu muZimbabwe kusanganisa hutungamiri nevanhuwo zvavo yose yavora yoda kurashiwa.
    We are all good for nothing from top to bottom.Mugabe woga haimbogona kuuraya nyika aitofa ndiye.Mugabe woga haaigona kuba maelections,varipo magoodboys and girls vaishanda basa irori.Ngavachifara vafarisise nekuti nhamo iya yadzokazve.Ana Jealous Mawarire ngavafare chaizvo tavakutamba nhamo chaiya migwagwa yaparara like everthing else.
    Solution Zimbabwe ngaiparadzwe yose Mwari vaise rumwe rudzi,this is how bad we have become

  23. If Mnangagwa became president of Zimbabwe, I beg to change my name [like Tendai Biti] to Vincent Ngwena!

  24. Very idealistic but then he did acknowledge its all a “speculative” letter. Kudos for the summary of economic ills, we all expect better but then in your emotive presentation you forgot about sanctions, like it or not they affect the balance of payment …and thus all of us!

    • @don wezhira – nonsense you stupid ignorant fool. What sanctions are you talking about? From 1965 to 1980 Rhodesia under Ian Smith was under much more stringent UN trade sanctions but managed to be the second most prosperous economy in Africa. You cannot talk of sanctions when you don’t know what it was like before sanctions and when sanctions were imposed. It’s all down to gross incompetence. Idiot

  25. On 30 July 2012 Simba Makoni, a former ZANU PF politburo member and former Minister of Financewho now leads the opposition Mavambo/Kusile/Dawn party, told the state owned Sunday Mail newspaper that these sanctions were only targeted at a few individuals.
    “What sanctions? The travel ban on President Mugabe? And the freezing of assets, whatever they are? Do you know that today, all the platinum we are producing is being sold to the West? About 70 percent of the tobacco that we produce is being sold to Philip Morris and other Western countries? The little horticulture products that we still can produce are going to Amsterdam?”
    Makoni said: “The few goods that we manufacture, such as shirts, we sell to Germany, America and other countries. If you look at the statistics of our trade with the EU today, our trade with the US today, it is growing. How could it grow if there were sanctions?”
    Sunday Mail journalist Munyaradzi Huni then asked Makoni to explain the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act (ZIDERA) which was passed by the United States congress in 2001. ZANU PF argues the Act is a form of sanctions on the country, effectively restricting Zimbabwe’s access to finance and credit. But Makoni said ZIDERA was enacted because Zimbabwe had defaulted on its loan payments.
    Makoni, who was Finance Minister at the time, said “This is the reality. I became Minister of Finance in July 2000. We had defaulted on our payments to the IMF and the World Bank and the African Development Bank, exactly a year earlier in August of 1999.”
    “And these institutions, of which we are members and President Mugabe says we are full members of these bodies, took resolutions that this creditor has defaulted on his repayment, we are not in a position to continue lending where we are not seeing prospects of being repaid.
    Makoni said the provisions in ZIDERA meant that American directors on the boards of the IMF, World Bank and the African Development Bank would not support the extension of further facilities to Zimbabwe until it had paid up.
    When pressed by Huni to explain why the MDC had supported the removal of the targeted sanctions Makoni said:
    “If you believe I am not discussing facts, go and check because if you read Zidera, it will tell you why the US directors in the boards of these multilateral institutions were instructed not to support the extension of further facilities to Zimbabwe.”

  26. On 30 July 2012 Simba Makoni, a former ZANU PF politburo member and former Minister of Financewho now leads the opposition Mavambo/Kusile/Dawn party, told the state owned Sunday Mail newspaper that these sanctions were only targeted at a few individuals.
    “What sanctions? The travel ban on President Mugabe? And the freezing of as*ets, whatever they are? Do you know that today, all the platinum we are producing is being sold to the West? About 70 percent of the tobacco that we produce is being sold to Philip Morris and other Western countries? The little horticulture products that we still can produce are going to Amsterdam?”
    Makoni said: “The few goods that we manufacture, such as shirts, we sell to Germany, America and other countries. If you look at the statistics of our trade with the EU today, our trade with the US today, it is growing. How could it grow if there were sanctions?”
    Sunday Mail journalist Munyaradzi Huni then asked Makoni to explain the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act (ZIDERA) which was pas*ed by the United States congress in 2001. ZANU PF argues the Act is a form of sanctions on the country, effectively restricting Zimbabwe’s access to finance and credit. But Makoni said ZIDERA was enacted because Zimbabwe had defaulted on its loan payments.
    Makoni, who was Finance Minister at the time, said “This is the reality. I became Minister of Finance in July 2000. We had defaulted on our payments to the IMF and the World Bank and the African Development Bank, exactly a year earlier in August of 1999.”
    “And these institutions, of which we are members and President Mugabe says we are full members of these bodies, took resolutions that this creditor has defaulted on his repayment, we are not in a position to continue lending where we are not seeing prospects of being repaid.
    Makoni said the provisions in ZIDERA meant that American directors on the boards of the IMF, World Bank and the African Development Bank would not support the extension of further facilities to Zimbabwe until it had paid up.
    When pressed by Huni to explain why the MDC had supported the removal of the targeted sanctions Makoni said:
    “If you believe I am not discussing facts, go and check because if you read Zidera, it will tell you why the US directors in the boards of these multilateral institutions were instructed not to support the extension of further facilities to Zimbabwe.”

  27. Anyone still feels strongly about the pathetic sanctions excuse? Don, are you there? Is it that hard to admit that we have all failed, that the mess we are in is all our fault from the guy at the top and those at the bottom of the pyramid? Let us get off our anatomies and start producing 10 tons per hectare of maize from our A1 farms like we used to do in the communal lands as a start!!!!!!!

  28. Guys, we are too polarised we even argue over people’s opinions? This will not help us get out of the slump we are in. WHAT IS THE BIGGEST OBSTACLE TO GETTING OUT OF THE SLUMP?Not knowing why you are in it in the first place. Until you have admitted to yourself (alone) that your attitude is responsible for your slump, you are not ready to get out of it. And (this is my opinion) you vote for JuJu?

  29. about zim’s next leader some people will be shocked,the leader will not come from any of the mashonaland provinces,lets pray for zimbabwe

  30. —–Although nicknamed the croc, ngwenya, the appropriate name should be, the hyena, bere. A croc will attack anything which ventures into its territory but hyenas are opportunists and shameless. The leadership in Zanu are a bunch of merciless hyenas who will kill for a dry bone. This includes your chosen one. Just ask the people of Matabeleland. He has been at the centre of what has gone wrong in that cursed country. How could he possibly bring to book his fellow brothers in crime? Would he have the temerity to arrest the whole politburo? What of Mujuru who declared a few months ago that, ‘whoever dares discuss corruption wants to destroy the party, musangano’? Like the Mafia they have also, over the years, perfected the art of knocking each other off. There is no chance of reform in that lot because the rot set in a long time ago. Within the party it is now each man for himself. Just like hyenas. Zimbabweans need a new broom, anybody, and that is why I believe your letter, though well intentioned, will land back on your doormat unopened. ‘Return to Sender’.
    Simon M Tozvireva.

    p/s can we really say let bygones be bygones without any form of cleansing? And is the chosen one in this ‘struggle of emancipation’? Really? Since when?

  31. Whether or not Ngwena, I wont comment! But he left out two issues. The next President must come up with a non-Opra Winfrey Show cabinet. The next President must root out from government a culture of always wanting to show everything as OK when the house is burning.

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