Mwonzora, let those who won take charge

EDITOR — Your story about MDC rejecting Cabinet posts made an interesting read.

What was MDC spokesperson Douglas Mwonzora saying because some people told me that he is a learned someone —  is that true?

If he is truly educated as we are made to believe, how come he seems not to know very simple things?

Elections are held to choose leaders and if by any chance President Robert Mugabe invites MDC parliamentarians into his government what is wrong with that?

Why is Mwonzora making such reckless statements when in fact he is one of the rejected ones?

Is he now jealous of those who made it? After all the talk about MDC ministers serving as the international face is just day dreaming in as far as Zanu PF is concerned.

If they want to be part of this nation they have to play to our tune, not us playing their tune.

Lastly, Mwonzora was rejected by the people who failed to vote for him in his constituency hence he does not have authority to think for those who won.

It is better for MDC spokesperson to keep quiet and let those who made it think on their own guided by their constituencies or else we take them all next time.

The US must keep their sanctions and we keep our sovereignty.

Marcaves

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