(Last Updated on September 10, 2015 by Editor)
ZIMBABWE – A political analyst Bekezela Maduma Fuzwayo has said President Robert Mugabe made his State of the Nation address too early before could see how parents were struggling to send their children back to school.
He said the crisis bedevilling many parents as they are failing to send children top school was one of the most serious state of the nation address which the president could have addressed the nation on.
Mugabe recently made his SONA which was described by many as nothing but a recycling of old ideas which failed in the 35 years he has been leading the country.
“President Mugabe battled so hard to present the state of the nation in his address to parliament few weeks ago,” said Fuzwayo.
“I wish he had waited a little bit longer until after today for him to see how parents are struggling to send children back to school. I wish he would have waited until next week when schools start sending the kids back home for non payment of fees.”
He said this is the real state of the nation.
“If we can’t send our children to school let alone buy them food then what are we existing for?” he said.
“Someone out there has got to give us a break and just agree they have failed.”