A political commentator has chided MDC-T vice president Obert Gutu over his remarks that he will leave the country for exile if MDC leader Nelson Chamisa become Zimbabwe’s president.
Writing for The Zimbabwean, Kennedy Kaitano opined that it’s obvious that Gutu has been smoking something dangerous to his health. Below is the full text of what the commentator said:
It is a known fact that you hate your former party, the MDC to the bone, but to say you would rather share a table with Emmerson Mnangagwa who boasted about the killing of innocent, defenceless civilians, but cannot live in Zimbabwe if it is under the leadership of an MDC leader, then it becomes very obvious that you have been smoking something very dangerous to your health.
Slow down Obert, every other sane Zimbabwean would wish for the quickest removal of Emmerson Mnangagwa and Zanu PF from the throne, yet you judge the MDC worse than Zanu PF.
How many Zimbabweans did Zanu PF kill, including those who were killed in the election that saw you appointed into Government as Deputy Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs of Zimbabwe, let alone those who were killed during Gukurahundi?
Good luck in your glossing over of the atrocities committed by Zanu PF, in which your new friend Emmerson Mnangagwa played a crucial role, and still refuses to apologise for the key role he played in ensuring that thousands of people from Matabeleland were killed.
Good luck on your blooming political career.
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Obert Chaurura Gutu is a Zimbabwean lawyer, politician and a former member of MDC-T where he was the party's spokesperson. Gutu had resigned from the party after leadership disputes following the death of its leader Morgan Tsvangirai., however, he was dismissed in March 2018 along... Read More About Obert Gutu
Gukurahundi is a term used to refer to disturbances in Matabeleland and Midlands in the 1980s which resulted in the death of an estimated 20,000 Ndebele people. It was carried out by the North Korean trained 5th Brigade which was an elite regiment of the... Read More About Gukurahundi