Kasukuwere calls for end to Zanu PF infighting - first end the economic meltdown

Kasukuwere calls for end to Zanu PF infighting - first end the economic meltdown
Published: 19 July 2015 (1159 Views)
Zanu PF Political Commissar, Kasukuwere calls upon party cadres to stop the infighting. He said the party's Harare leaders were fast losing discipline and respect for each other as evidenced by petitions and vote of no confidence constantly being passed on each other.

So the Political Commissar is calling for end to infighting and discipline in Zanu PF and yet he said nothing last year when Mugabe and his wife vicious attacking Mai Mujuru and her supporters because she was set to win power in the upcoming congress. Mai Mujuru and all her supporters have since been ruthlessly kicked out of government and party and many continue to be haunted to this day because they have dared reveal that Zanu PF has been rigging elections, for example.

This is typical of Zanu PF modus operandi; the leaders make a big song and dance condemning corrupt and lawlessness and yet are themselves the main instigators of lawlessness and have grown filthy rich from corruption. Mugabe has used infighting to ouster Mai Mujuru and her supporter to get what he wanted now the party members are doing the same. The country's economic meltdown has meant that there is not enough wealth to satisfy the insatiable appetite of the Zanu PF members for loot; the members now have to fight for the scraps.

If President Mugabe is serious about stopping the infighting in Zanu PF then he must bring back the good times of easy money, jobs galore complete with the good roads, clean running water and electricity in every home, working health service and free education, etc., etc.; just as the nation had soon after independence.  Indeed the nation is in this sorry economic state precisely because of the 35 years of reckless spending, mismanagement and corruption; now the chicken have come back home to roost in their millions like red billed quelea.

Mugabe can neither stop the economic meltdown, a consequence of his own 35 years of misrule, nor can he stop the infighting in Zanu PF which itself is being fuelled by the economic meltdown. Mugabe has kept Zanu PF thugs happy and contended all these years by allowing them to loot; now there is nothing left for them to loot the party is imploding as the thugs fight over the scraps.

Zanu PF was always doomed to fail because it was based on mismanagement and looting which are not sustainable.

This corrupt and tyrannical Zanu PF kleptocracy was unsustainable and now it must go for this nation to have fresh start. The only danger to watch out for is that Zanu PF does not drag the whole nation down the precipice with it!


- Wilbert Mukori

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