Monday, May 6, 2013

The Undisputed Next President of Zimbabwe

                                   Sekuronga kwazvaitwa pasi nekudenga. Hezvoo ukoo!!!!!


Saturday, May 4, 2013

Donkey-like tendencies

How can an impartial Police force arrest someone for metaphorically likening Mugabe to and old donkey? Every Zimbabwean knows that Mugabe behaves like an old stubborn donkey and this has been the case since the early 90s. Now it has got worse with age and his old donkey tendencies has irked not only his disciples but the generality of the Zimbabwean population.

I was browsing through the internet when I came across this comment and I thought I should copy it and paste it on here. The comment says:


If Mugabe purports to be the people's choice, a democratically elected president then its high time he started listening to and embracing reviews of his performances from the electorate who happen to be his bosses. We pay taxes; we vote, that makes us the bosses and employers of all government officials. Any employee must subordinate to their employers. What gives Mugabe the right to perform dismally at his job but remain unfired? If his performance in office has been like what other people have seen exhibited by donkeys then they have every right to make comparisons and draw parallels. The onus is on Mugabe to drop the donkey-like tendencies and start listening to the electorate. The electorate has said it loud and clear for a long time now that Mugabe must go, as stubborn as he is like a donkey he has failed to heed peoples calls (gynaacologist 2013)


As old has he is and as stubborn as an old donkey as he is, remaining in offices defies all moral principles and simple teachings that promotes progressiveness and allows other human being to excel. Agents, what are we going to tell our children? Are we going to tell our children that the reason why your 90 year old grandfather is at the helm is because he is the only fit and capable person to rule Zimbabwe? Are we going to tell our kids that the reason why their country is run down by geriatrics is that no one can stand up to them. We are a generation that is going to go down in history as a laughing stock, not only of our kids, but the international community. If we do not manage to get Mugabe out of office come the elections, we will have failed as a generation and we will have failed the posterity.

You and me tine basa. We are not going to rest untill we get there. Resting is not an option.

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Murewa for change, a new era on the horizon. Hezvoo!!!!!!

Defending Zimbabwe, Defending its Resources, Defending Human Dignity. The best way to Defend it is to kill Zanu PF once and for all. Lets all Register to Vote tiine tariro. I travelled the areas in Mashonaland East yesterday, Hoyuyu, Karimazondo, Mutize, Mukarakate, Dombwe, Katiyo, Nyamapanda and Kotwa in particular. The support is so overwhelming and touching. Hanzi "Jairosi itai zvamuri kuita iko...ko tinemi". One old woman wept, I think she is in her 80s, she lament "asi musazotisiya tichipondwa vanangu". The moment she said that my heart sunk, I felt really moved. I began to question myself the real meaning and purpose of politics, especially African politics. Why do we have to kill, why do we have to maim, why do we have to rape and why do we have to cause such a psychological catastrophy?

The psychological damage done to our rural supporters is worrying and they need immediate rehabilation before the next election. Even when I got home wearing my MDC-T shirt and baseball cap, ambuya wangu was very frightened and wary. She said "muzukuru anoda kupisisa musha wasekuru wako nemagabenga here. Unoziva kuti musha wekwaMashaire wakaparara, sekuru wako Jonathan Mangwende waida kuvauraya nenyaya yaWard Nezi, Saka usaita kunge unopenga". Tinoziva wakadya mabhuku chaizvo asi handiwo angatidziirire kumagabenga. I had never seen my grandmother so furious, never.

I had to calm her down and talk to her giving her reassurence that everything is going to be different this time around, even though I was not very sure of my promise to her knowing the nature of Zanu PF. I then told her that, if needs be, "I will die defending you gogo". I am sure these words struck her deep that she started sobbing. My whole journey yesterday was rather momentous but very emotional.

Fellow agents of change, you and me need to go back to our rural home, sit our relatives down around a fire place and start this intense family theraupetic relationship in trying to rehabilitate them politically and psychologically. Go home wearing your MDC-T suit, proud and standing tall in it. The right to political affiliation is not negotiated, but it is a birth right.

Yours truly

The Heir to the Mangwende Chieftainship

Maita Gono, Maita Moyo Muzukuru, VaNhowe warere Bokoto

Majaira Jairosi