Mnangagwa Is Just Continuing Where Mugabe Left- UZ Political Science Lecturer

University of Zimbabwe political science lecturer Eldred Masunungure told the Daily News on Sunday that while there was a change of leadership last year there was no change of the system.

He added that Zanu PF,is only concerned with consolidating its power instead of focusing on rebuilding the economy. Said Masunungure:

We have to start from the premise of what happened last year. …there was change of leadership but there was no change of regime, the regime has continued, leadership change will not result in a change of systems and that explains what is happening. Mnangagwa is just continuing from where Mugabe left. The endorsements from provinces is something that happens where there is a preoccupation in the maintenance of power, they are doing so as if everything is in order when everything is actually collapsing, we have more of the same and this definitely looks like the old.

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2 comments on “Mnangagwa Is Just Continuing Where Mugabe Left- UZ Political Science Lecturer

  1. Mnangagwa has wishes to revive the economy of Zimbabwe. But he is surrounded by his fellow friends who, during that time, were friends in corruption. Now ED, has changed, but his friends still want to continue with corruption. The only thing he can do to manage the situation, is to expel all the trash. This will enable him to start again. The trouble is, its ZanuPF which is corrupt. But ED can wipe the corruption

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