Mujuru is nothing without Mugabe

EDITOR — The legacy that Joice Mujuru enjoys today was earned while riding on President Robert Gabriel Mugabe’s back. She literally swung on the liberation icon’s coat- tails. Without this legacy Mujuru is nothing.

All her political prominence was gained under the guardianship of her mentor, Mugabe. Her political leadership prowess is not tested outside the Zanu PF government where all her legacy is hinged on so far.

Mujuru can be perceived as any other heavyweight that left Zanu PF with intention to make a difference on the political landscape. Examples that quickly come to mind are Edgar Tekere, Simba Makoni, Dumiso Dabengwa and Margaret Dongo. These gained fame under the stewardship of Zanu PF and were denuded to political dust-bins.

Their relevance and possible contribution to national interest was rubbished by the electorate which denied them the vote. This is another circus in the making with Mujuru being the ridiculous main event.


    Comments (4)

    ridicuous indeed

    FRANK MARINGE - 4 September 2017

    I prefer to call it delusional.

    Jonso - 4 September 2017

    Thisz complete nosense ,she joined the liberation struggle on her own where Mugabe only happened to become a leader at that time;mind you Mugabe never started the liberation struggle to claim n ownership of it, but there were also leaders like leopold Takawira,Rev Ndabaningi Sithole,Dr Joshua Nkomo,Dr Tichafa Parerenyatwa.Herbert Chitepo &Josia Magambatongogara&Mujuru(the husband) of which the last two were the very ones who were responsible for execution of war itself;while Mugabe & other calibre leaders were hiding in Maputo

    addmore gudo - 16 September 2017

    it`s fascinating watching these people try to reinvent themselves as champions of democracy all of a sudden .if mujuru was really interested in contributing to the national interest she would have left zanu pf a long time ago, rather than wait to be fired .she is steeped in corruption having learned at the feet of her so called former mentor mugabe and would not hesitate to resume her corrupt ways if ,god forbid she becomes president.what a sad state of affairs for zim;

    alfie redd - 23 September 2017

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