Opposition parties bent on making trouble
EDITOR — The violent actions recently witnessed in Zimbabwe show explicitly that opposition parties are power hungry and do not carry traces of national interest in them.
The way the Nera demonstration opened up to senseless destruction of property and looting shows that the failed politicians in the mould of Didymus Mutasa and Morgan Tsvangirai with the assistance of rogue youths pretending to be activists, are willing to destroy all we have worked for since 1980.
This is a selfish project by a group that does not have anything to offer the electorate during election time.
Those familiar with Biblical stories will remember that during Solomon`s time there were two women who had identical children and one of them slept on her child who then died.
When the matter was taken to King Solomon he asked whether or not the live child should be cut in half since it was difficult to ascertain who the child`s mother was.
One of the women was quick to opt for the child to be cut and from this Solomon realised that the woman did not have any compassion for the baby, something a mother would be expected to show. She was not the baby’s mother.
Back to Zimbabwe, it is evident who the mother who slept on her baby is.
MDC –T and their collaborators slept on their political relevance and now that their movements are beyond redemption they want to disrupt business for ordinary people.
How does burning vending stalls at Copa Cabana help in electoral reforms? The pathetic deviation of agenda shows that these thugs had an intention to cause havoc.
How is blocking roads with stones supposed to improve the economic status? The inconvenience is spreading to ordinary people and the authorities should not tolerate this nonsense.
We expect a crackdown on all involved parties. It is sad how walking in the CBD in Harare has become a risky ordeal because of a few political blunderers who are only interested in hogging international deadlines even for the wrong reasons.
They must be arrested because schools are about to open and for the safety of our children this insanity cannot continue. Never Mahunze, Glen Norah