BY DOCTOR STOP IT
My Dear People
I had promised myself that I will not talk about former chief justice Luke Malaba, but as you know, promises are meant to be broken, kkk.
It’s no longer about the law, who is right and who is wrong, but just about sensibilities.
Even if Malaba gets reinstated by the courts, it will be a pyrrhic victory, not worth much, as his credibility is soiled and tarnished forever.
Whatever happens from now, Malaba has lost the respect of the layman and laywoman and he will never recover.
He should have just retired quietly and retreated to his farm or home to live out the rest of his life, but he tried to be MacGyver by overseeing the tinkering of the constitution for his singular benefit.
I am reminded of Oliver Cromwell’s speech kkkk, I am a PhD you see, I also quote famous historical people.
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To paraphrase Cromwell’s speech: I command ye therefore, to depart immediately out of this place.
Go, get you out! Take away that shining bauble there, and lock up the doors.
In the name of God, go!
This week, our CIC, commissioner in chief, was in Bulawayo for the Bulawayo Arts Festival and to oversee some fete over a tree.
In Harare, we were told that there was a tree that was used to hang Mbuya Nehanda on Josiah Tongogara Avenue.
One day, the City of Harare pulled it down and historians said there is no way she was hanged on that tree and gave their reasons.
The government had no response and now they have taken the charade to Bulawayo.
You see, Bulawayo people are used to peace and tranquility, imagine their horror when they woke up to see that half the town had been closed to accommodate Ngwena and his entourage.
Dear my people, history is being rewritten while we watch, as Ngwena tries to put himself at the centre of every story.
He admires Baba and wishes he had the clout that Baba had, but he doesn’t, so instead he is now putting himself at the centre of everything.
Now, you see, here is the problem of placing yourself in every story, you open yourself to scrutiny.
According to records, Ngwena was born in 1942. But on Friday we were told that he escaped the hangman’s noose in 1964 because he was 18 years old.
I may have my maths wrong, but there is no way, a person who was born in 1942 is 18 in 1964.
So once such a little detail is wrong, the next thing that we ask ourselves is; what else is not correct?
Still on the subject of history, Ngwena was pontificating pretending to be interested in the Ndebele history.
If he really cares about their history, then he would not block the installation of a king.
Instead he would encourage the exercise, but no he is not interested in that.
Then he visited the Nkomo museum, where there is a car riddled with bullets, which were aimed at Nkomo’s car when he fled a murderous mob.
We know who was in charge of state security then.
Let me not say much more about this, lest they send that village chief to terrorise me again.
Temba Mliswa must be regretting the day he met Susan Mutami kkk.
Not only has that lady dragged his name in the mud, not that it matters for Temba, but now she wants to challenge him in Norton for the parliamentary seat.
A few days ago, we heard that she had gone into labour, but she soon sprung up with her latest move, contesting for the parliamentary seat.
She really will not back down until she is done with him.
She also went to Twitter recently to post what was supposedly a school acceptance letter for her unborn kids, which Temba is supposed to pay for.
Temba always styles himself as a bull, but here he has met his match, a woman who is prepared to brawl with him and literally hold nothing back.
Last Maengahama and Tungamirai Madzokere, the MDC activists who were jailed for killing a cop, have been freed after spending about five years in jail.
In fact, their ordeal lasted just under a decade. Their worst nightmare is over, but they really didn’t have to go through this.
I don’t know how the justice system works here, but these are people that deserve to be compensated for what they went through.
I wish them the best as they reintegrate into society.
One surprise that awaits them is that the country is infinitely worse than it was when they were jailed.
In fact, things have deteriorated badly over the time that they were in prison.
The spike in armed robberies is just one pointer to a deepening crisis.
Ngwena’s people recently admitted that some of the people behind these violent crimes are our gunners.
We warned you when you were hugging them on the streets of Harare in 2017 that you will regret supporting the Lacoste plot to oust Gushungo.
Now you are reaping what you sow!
Dr Amai. PhD (Fake)