President commands people’s support
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.