Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

CHIL­DREN must be al­lowed to grow up and make their own po­lit­i­cal de­ci­sions. UNICEF is right in con­demn­ing the ex­ploita­tion of chil­dren in re­cent anti-Gov­ern­ment demon­stra­tions. We have wit­nessed with dis­may the use of child sol­diers and ju­ve­nile hu­man shields in parts of Africa and the Mid­dle East. Ap­par­ently, bad guys in Zim­babwe do not want to be left be­hind. — Aaron Jinga, Masvingo. EMERG­ING de­tails on Mrs Joice Mu­juru’s il­licit li­aisons with Mor­gan Ts­van­gi­rai while she was still in Zanu-PF are con­sis­tent with her in­con­sis­tency. When money and power are in the pic­ture, fake revo­lu­tion­ar­ies ex­pose them­selves. For all her years in Gov­ern­ment, Mu­juru is best re­mem­bered for po­lit­i­cal dou­ble-dat­ing and shame­less cor­rup­tion, in­clud­ing fenc­ing di­a­mond fields for her­self while the na­tion was suf­fer­ing. Join­ing hands with Ts­van­gi­rai, a cer­ti­fied Bri­tish jump­ing-jack, fur­ther con­firms that she will do any­thing for the sake of Ben­jamins. — Chrispen.

WHY doesn’t the MDC-T lead­er­ship ever at­tack il­le­gal eco­nomic sanc­tions that have con­trib­uted a lot to our eco­nomic ills? Those who im­posed sanc­tions in­tended that Zim­bab­weans should suf­fer and cry against their gov­ern­ment. Po­lit­i­cal ac­tivists and un­em­ployed grad­u­ates must gather at Har­vest House to de­nounce the MDC-T for sup­port­ing the evil sanc­tions. — Prof Mzvina­vanhu, Harare.

Mrs Joice Mu­juru

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