Analyst warns youth over politicians boot-licking

Analyst warns youth over politicians boot-licking
Published: 07 December 2017 (423 Views)
A political analyst Doctor Pedzisai Ruhanya has warned the Zimbabweans youth to stop the tendency of boot-licking top politicians like what was happening with former President Robert Mugabe when junior politicians jostled to boot-lick him.

Zanu PF politicians who broke the record in boot-licking Mugabe are Webster Shamu who called him a Cremora, Obert Mpofu who called himself Mugabe's obedient son, and former Zanu PF youth secretary Kudzanayi Chipanga who called him Jesus.

"I remember one of former Zanu PF youth league leader Chipanga's rants; Gushungo, even if you die, we will come to your grave to consult you on how to run Zimbabwe. Now Chipanga is holed in some dirty and dingy remand prison in Harare far away from Mugabe's opulent Blue Roof residence. He can even access and consults the dear leader before he dies," Ruhanya said.

"This boot-licking behaviour cuts across Zimbabwean party youths including the opposition. Zimbabwe youths should learn. Those who came before you and me like Lookout Masuku, Tongogara, Mangena etc were not this cheap!"

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