IN response to Mugabe strikes at Mujuru camp:Why is he taking long to sack Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora?
By Mambokadzi,Our Reader
He’s busy frustrating teachers and destroying the country’s education system.
He is not worried about the lives of 20 000 teachers that he intends to fire.
How many people and lives will be affected by the firing of these breadwinners?
Government policy had allowed the academically qualified university graduates to be employed, most of whom teach up to ‘A’ Level, producing very good results.
Now he views these people like outcasts and Lucifers who deserve to be blown away like chaff from the service.
I think firing minister on the grounds that they belong to former Vice-President Joice Mujuru camp is misplaced.
Under performing ministers like Dokora should be shown the door inspite of the camp he belongs to.
Not that I am saying President Robert Mugabe was wrong in relieving Andrew Langa of his duties.
During his tenure as Sports minister, Langa presided over the rot at 53 Livingstine Avenue, Harare — Zifa headquarters.
He was turning a blind eye to the Zimbabwe football to the extent that some senior teams have been failing to fulfil international assignments. Langa was supposed to crack the whip on the Zifa board. Good riddance, Langa is gone!