Zanu-PF still de­fend­ing Zim’s in­de­pen­dence

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

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.

Evan Mawarire Read­ers are in­vited to send com­ments and feed­back to: 0774 457 529. All sms or What­sApp con­tri­bu­tions must in­clude the sender’s name or pseu­do­nym as well as town or home area. Since the Chronicle is pub­lished in English, we would pre­fer our read­ers to write in English. — Ed­i­tor.

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