Zanu-PF still defending Zim’s independence
EDITOR — One year later, we remember desperate attempts by one Evan Mawarire, a foreign funded pastor, who wanted to topple the Government through social media.
A year later, the movement is nowhere to be seen. He must have abandoned it when he realised that Zimbabweans did not want anything to do with his misdemeanour.
The same applies to clown activists like Patson Dzamara, Fadzayi Mahere and Stern Zvorwadza who in 2016 wanted to reverse the gains of our independence through their showboating.
The past year will be remembered as the year a few greedy and misguided youths like Promise Mkwananzi emerged with intentions to please Western governments by causing instability.
We are grateful to our people who ignored their theatrics and the security forces who ensured that these people did not disturb sane Zimbabwean citizens who were going about their businesses.
It should also be remembered that in 2016, rogue war veterans tried to protest illegally and were brought to book by the police.
These are the people who abandoned their war ethos to appease regime change agents but the Zimbabwean independence stood resolute.
It was also in 2016 that divisive elements like Sarah Mahoka went on a rampage trying to sow seeds of misunderstanding in the party.
Their disregard for party hierarchy and disrespect of senior party members was dealt with accordingly, showing that Zanu-PF does not have space for excitable politicians who want to grow bigger than the party.
This shows the leadership wants to keep the revolutionary party intact, the only party capable of defending the Zimbabwean independence effectively.
And Zanu-PF will not hesitate to eject a member who wants to derail the successful defence of freedom and independence of Zimbabwe.
While all the other parties are jostling for Western funding as evidenced by Joice Mujuru’s recent voyage to the United Kingdom as well as Tsvangirai`s attempts to charm the Britons, Zanu-PF is busy defending our national sovereignty and independence.
People should not be surprised when Zimbabweans vote Zanu PF. It is the only party that defends their freedom with consistency. Cde Callistos Mavhunga.
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