Opposition parties should put their egos aside and join forces to push Zanu PF out of power and end the misery of suffering Zimbabweans.
The people whom we entrusted with power at independence have betrayed us.
They have thrown the ideals of the struggle out of the window.
The late heroes like Josiah Tongogara, Jason Moyo and Herbert Chitepo must be turning in their graves in anger as to what their beloved country has begotten.
And it appears, maybe Sekuru Kaguvi and Mbuya Nehanda have forsaken us as a country.
However, we have within our ranks and file people who can take us to the promised land of milk and honey.
With Zanu PF in shambles, a coalition between MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai and former Vice-President Joice Mujuru is the winning card. Zanu PF know that if this coalition materialises their days are numbered.
This is the reason why on a daily basis the State media is on an anti-Tsvangirai and
anti-Mujuru campaign. In colloquial Shona they say anebhora ndiye anomakwa (he who has the ball is tightly marked).
Zanu PF bigwigs are having sleepless nights since Mujuru joined opposition politics a few weeks ago.
If Mujuru is a nobody in the Zimbabwean body politic, why is she being demonised day in day out in the State media?
She is the third force that the Zimbabwean opposition politics has been yearning for.
President Robert Mugabe with his advanced age cannot stand the Tsvangirai/Mujuru juggernaut, come 2018. Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa is out of question.
He has on several occasions been trounced by MDC’s Blessing Chebundo only to ditch his constituency. Worse if he is to stand as the Zanu PF presidential candidate, he will be whitewashed. He has skulls in his cupboard.