Clueless MDC-T legislators

 Clueless MDC-T legislators
Published: 19 January 2016 (854 Views)
In the wake of spirited germination of People First, it is amazing to then have MDC-T legislators fight for a stake in the determination of who gets the national hero status in Zimbabwe. This gross misdirection of emphasis exposes the lack of serenity in Morgan Tsvangirai's lads who cannot determine which battle to fight.

The hero status issue is purely a ZANU PF thing as they honour those gallant sons and daughters of Zimbabwe some of whom perished trying to liberate Zimbabwe from the colonialists. Lest we forget the MDC-T is synonymous with the statements of "kusungirira nyika payanga iri so that they can re-liberate it". How come they claim to know who should be at the national shrine or not? This exposes the oxymoronic character that decorates the calibre of its legislators.

At one point the MDC-T was given working advice, "to look for their own hill where they can bury their deserving heroes".  Tinomudaishe Chinyoka and Alex Musundire are this time again advised to return to their normal senses and fight their wars with People First and then perhaps there after their descendents will someday honours them by erecting an MDC shrine.

An opposition with such characters can surely not take Zimbabwe anywhere meaningful except bring shame to politicking by tabling foolish debates when there are visibly other pressing issues. With such stupidity of elephantine proportion, the ghost of People First when it finally manifests it will first devour these headless constituencies.

These guys are virtually clueless of what is important for Zimbabwe at this given time. If there is anyone who should panic now because of the People First thing it has to be none other than this MDC-T camp. They really have no working solution to what so ever is taking place in Zimbabwe. They are only good at cheap politicking evolving on non productive quarrels.

What good will come from nullifying the hero statuses of those interred at the national shrine? Fine this could be another ploy to stir and escalate crises in Zimbabwe but respect for the dead is cultural even when what they believed in while they were alive does not tally with one's ways of life.

Apparently it is too much to ask of productivity for the relevance seeking MDC-T legislators. With the vice of panic which has gripped their camp in the wake of heightened grape vine of a much stronger opposition in the name of People First their unbecoming judgements of fundamental issues can be forgiven.

Nothing much can be done now to put back MDC-T on the political limelight of Zimbabwe. The guys are chewing more than they can really swallow. To think they can choose who can be buried at The National Heroes Acre or not really has a snow ball chance to see hell.

Chinyoka and Musundire must be really power hungry to the extent of wanting to control even the fate of the dead. Their arguments are not beneficial for the rest of the country but for personal enrichment.

For the MDC-T guys the message is simple "musapedzere miseve kumakunguwo, hanga dzichauya". Your real battle is around the corner.

Again don't hide your heads in the sand like ostrich thinking when you emerge all your problems will be gone. Morgan Tsvangirai has been around for an immemorial period and has failed to deliver on his empty promises.

If ever People First is really making political inroads it is coming to replace MDC-T first. This over excitement shouldn't really get people carried away. If People First is thus strong why need a coalition? If then there is real need for a coalition, its seeing of daylight with people like Chinyoka and Musundire around is equally next to impossible.



- Caitlin Kamba

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