Nelson Chamisa led MDC Alliance youths have castigated Vice President Kembo Mohadi following his remarks last weekend that the new dispensation has achieved what the first republic could not achieve and life under President Mnangagwa has become better, Newsday reports.
Speaking to the publication, MDC Alliance youth spokesperson Stephen Chuma said VP Mohadi’s remarks exposed his insincerity:
Kembo Mohadi’s ridiculous assertions that the country’s fortunes have become better under Emmerson Mnangagwa’s regime clearly expose high levels of insincerity and pathological lies of this so called new dispensation
Certainly Mohadi cannot hide under piecemeal and snail-paced roadworks where nothing significant is happening except overhaul of the remaining tarred strip albeit without replacing it.
He added: “Mohadi suddenly forgets that from 1980 he was part of the old establishment that ruined the once breadbasket of Africa. Maybe because of old age, the usually bed-ridden Mohadi is now suffering from serious Alzheimer’s dementia.
Is it not a public secret that life for the ordinary people has gone from bad to worse under Emmerson Mnangagwa’s short reign? From the education sector to health sector, there are cost increases everywhere and one wonders what positives Kembo Mohadi refers to. It is time Zanu PF leaders know that lies, delusion and insincerity can never solve the economic question.
VP Mohadi’s remarks come amid a crippling teachers strike due to low wages and 600+% inflation amid a dire economic crisis.