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Ngwena is Mudhara’s preferred successor

My people. It has come to my attention that some of you are peddling falsehoods about relatives of some very, very important people.

letter to my people BY DOCTOR STOP IT

Important people like me.

I am convinced Joice is the one starting those rumours. She could be getting support from Ngwena and Moregirls Tsvangson to spread the malicious rumours.

Can you imagine when my son-in-law was given one of the top jobs at Air Zimbabwe, some gossipers started whispering that it was nothing other than nepotism as there may have been better candidates.
What hogwash.

Who can be better than my son-in-law? Can anybody be better than my son-in law? Did you not hear people at the Ministry of Transport saying that he outsmarted everybody?

Kwaaaaaaaaaaaa! Kwa-kwa-kwa-kwa!

Life is good.

Others were even suggesting that the mere fact that one of Muzenda’s sons is also at the airline was further proof that the well-connected can easily be accommodated with plum jobs in organisations falling under the control of government.

Actually, that is just a mere coincidence of two well-connected people finding themselves at the airline.

It’s like someone seeing anything wrong with the fact that Mudhara Muzee’s children have been awarded with ministerial jobs!

Of course one of the children had to be relieved of his job after committing an unforgivable sin by siding with Joice.

I can quite easily prove to you that there is no nepotism or any form of corruption when well- connected people find themselves with good jobs.

Surely people cannot be deprived of good opportunities simply because they are well-connected.

This country values the concept of equal opportunities, including for the well-connected.

Of course not all well-connected people are rewarded.

For example, the children or relatives of former vice-presidents from PF Zapu don’t get that kind of special treatment.

Kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk! I am sure very few of you had noticed the discrepancy.

The establishment has not really publicly looked after the children or relatives of Joshua Nkomo, Joseph Msika, John Nkomo and even the Zipra military commanders.

Actually, that is the way it should be because it shows that there is no corruption in this country.

Of course, Big Josh’s son-in-law, Francis was living large until he misled himself by siding with Joice.

By so doing, he automatically suspended himself from the party.

Anyway, I felt I should respond to all those malicious rumours about some special families in Zimbabwe.

Gay 40 on the ropes:

One would have to be an absolute novice not to notice that Mudhara has virtually handed over power to Lizard Ngwena.

Actually, it has been obvious for a while and although I tried to defend my Gay 40 faction, it looks like the soldiers, the war veterans and the public media may just have the last laugh with Ngwena being crowned in the end.

To the discerning eye, Mudhara is now performing ceremonial duties like opening Parliament, doing graduations and chairing Cabinet and party activities.

Mudhara also loves being in a plane, so the bulk of foreign assignments are undertaken by him.

But those with keen political understanding will have realised that when the iconic African revolutionary sent Ngwena to Switzerland last week, it was a significant indicator on where the balance of power is tilting for now.

Others have also pointed out that of the two vice-presidents, Bob may have given Ngwena an unfair advantage by making him head of government business where he does “serious” things.

On the other hand, the duties that he assigned Mboko don’t position him strategically to succeed him.

Maybe, that is why he has personally added the responsibility of donating chicks to his portfolio.

But I have always pointed out that maybe he gets that kind of treatment because of his Zapu origins.

The problem is that his colleagues in Zapu make all sorts of allegations, such as that he abandoned them for the beautiful lights and delights of Maputo while other senior commanders retreated to Lusaka.

Of course that is not true.

Back to Lizard Ngwena, he was favoured with a full crew from the public media’s television and newspaper groups.
And he learns very fast from Mudhara. In his absence, things were happening to his opponents.

Musoro Jonso was facing all sorts of legal issues, amid allegations that public funds found their way into his personal pocket.

The other chap who controls all stands in the country also found himself in trouble after some farmers demonstrated against him while he was also being accused of causing the party’s loss in the recent Norton bye-election.

Munhuwese Kuna Amai!

Umasalu wezwelonke!

Dr Amai Marujata (Ph.D) Fake

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