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Zimbabweans have mixed reactions to Emmerson Mnangagwa sacking – VIDEO

The sacking of Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has elicited mixed reactions from people in Zimbabwe. Here are some of the reactions…….

  • You will be disappointed, this guy is a Zanu tool also just like baba jukwa

  • Kkkkkkkkk

  • Kana tati ngachitsve imi moramba y

  • Mnangagwa has been sacked and some are excited that a problem has been solved. In the past 3years more than 50 ZANU PF senior members have been sacked and continue to be sacked. Interestingly problems continue to mount. This means Mnangagwa has not been the problem not even Mai Mujuru. The problem persists. Their problem is that they propped up the problem but many of us would do the same, I’m sorry but my point is that the problem is still there and as it appears is renewing itself.

  • I gachitsve ka1 zvipere

  • Kudzingwa kwakanaka. Dai akatofa. Zvine bsa reiko

  • Ngachitswe, totswira muno

  • Dirty cops and Corrupt journalists hired to smear Mnangagwa – Lloyd Msipa
    Robert Greene, an American author wrote a book entitled, The 48 Laws of Power. In this book he outlines and explain the different types of power and influence and how those who exercise them can do so effectively. A must read for those who wish to understand how power is wielded and exercised. Of relevance to this article is Law number 15, which reads, “Crush your enemy Totally. All great leaders since Moses have known that a feared enemy must be crushed completely, no amber must be left alight, no matter how dimly lit smoulders, a fire will eventually break out. More is lost through stopping halfway that through total annihilation; The enemy will recover and will seek revenge. Crush him, not only in body, but in spirit”
    This was the fate of the Vice President of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa that fateful morning. Arrangements had been put in place to arrest and detain him as soon as President Robert Mugabe received his resignation or fired, which ever came first. As a loyal cadre of the struggle he refused to resign from his party ZANU PF, a party he has lived and sacrificed for since the war of liberation. Instead he focused on securing his safety. That fateful day, the vultures had circled in for the kill. Intelligence had reached him alerting him of the intention of Grace Mugabe and the G40 to either arrest him or kill him. Having headed the intelligence department for many years this information reached him through a network of faithful cadres. The Vice President, who later that day became a former vice president as Mugabe summarily fired him, left the country to safety.
    The failure to arrest former Vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa was a game-changer. The succession arrangements were premised on the complete “annihilation” of former vice president and all his allies. The idea was to follow law number 15 to the book. This would allow Grace Mugabe to ascend to the throne from vice president

  • My question is why Mugabe want rule forever and now he is starting to hand the power to his family this is too much

  • My question is why Mugabe want rule forever and now he is starting to hand the power to his family this is too much

  • Former Zanu-PF politician, Margaret Dongo was warned Zimbabweans not to pick sides in the Zanu-PF factional fights because whatever the outcome, people were still going to suffer. Speaking on the ouster and subsequent flight to exile by former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa, Dongo said that both the G40 Faction and Team Lacoste Faction are evil and are only interested in consolidating power and not in working for the people.
    In a statement, Dongo said:
    It is not wise to pick a side in the fight between Lacoste and G40. They are not fighting for you and me. They are fighting for power. They are not fighting for democracy, freedom, justice, peace or anything of value to you and me. So this fight has nothing to do with us. Whoever ends up victorious is all the same to you and me because we gain nothing.
    It’s like a fight between two crocodiles. Whichever wins it will still be unsafe for you and me to cross the river. It’s like a fight between two rapists fighting for a woman chained to a wall, whoever wins will go ahead to rape the woman.
    Both sides have done great evil together. Both sides continue in their evil. Don’t be fooled into thinking there is a better side, a better devil because there is no such thing as a better devil because a devil is a devil.

  • He must bring back the regalia!

  • Bhobho ka1 munangabwa hatidi kumuona

  • Ishmael Teketeke uri huku yemunhu .

  • #team Lacoste