Pres­i­dent com­mands peo­ple’s sup­port

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

EDITOR — There is need for na­tional in­tro­spec­tion among some peo­ple in this coun­try. Some Zim­bab­weans are spend­ing too much time toyi-toy­ing you start to won­der where they get the time to find ma­te­ri­als of daily sus­te­nance.

Where do they get the money to travel from wher­ever it is they live to spend an un­pro­duc­tive day play­ing cat and mouse with the po­lice all in the name of dis­af­fec­tion with the Gov­ern­ment?

And they talk of democ­racy? My foot! A democ­racy that ig­nores the mul­ti­tudes that voted the sit­ting gov­ern­ment into power?

That is clap trap of the high­est or­der. By their mob ac­tiv­i­ties they want to in­tim­i­date the law and the se­cu­rity of the na­tion.

They seek to be al­lowed to on the streets and when they get the per­mis­sion, the hool i g ans in them beat up the po­lice; the same po­lice they will want to have to keep law and be or­der in their imag­ined new dis­pen­sa­tion. It’s baloney! We need to re­spect that in 2013, the elec­torate voted for Pres­i­dent Mu­gabe and our con­sti­tu­tion states that the Pres­i­dent is elected for a term of five years. If these in­di­vid­u­als were truly dis­sat­is­fied and wanted to op­er­ate within a democ­racy, then they would or­gan­ise them­selves into a po­lit­i­cal party and con­test in the elec­tions. The rea­son why these peo­ple want to go for il­le­gal routes is be­cause they know that they will never beat Zanu-PF in an elec­tion as the ma­jor­ity of Zim­bab­weans have shown time and time again that they sup­port the party. Tawana Mushonga, Gutu.

Pres­i­dent Mu­gabe

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