This morning NewsDay ran a story about outspoken former War Veterans minister Christopher Mutsvangwa who on Wednesday said he regretted accepting a Cabinet appointment last year, claiming the 12 months he spent in government were the most unproductive in his life.
By Tinotenda Samukange
The story sparked reactions from online readers. Below are some of the comments that we curated from our social media platforms and website.
“I take consolation in my past. Kicked out of ZBC (Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation) in 1993, I went on to give Zimbabwe its first digital switch with NetOne and Siemens in 1998, its first broadband,” –Mutsvangwa.
“I am once again out of appointed public office. I can now revert to being more flexible and innovative in what I do best. I love the thrill of global business. The beauty this time is I have a formidable global network. And the rewards can be targeted, so my family can be in the catbird seat. Let the good times begin.”–Mutsvangwa.