MDC’s HARVEST HOUSE CAN BE A BETTER VENDING PLACE”- Cde Mugwadi

MDC’s HARVEST HOUSE CAN BE A BETTER VENDING PLACE”- Cde Mugwadi

MDC’s HARVEST HOUSE CAN BE A BETTER VENDING PLACE”- Cde Mugwadi

 

By Lonias Rozvi Majoni

 

The ZANU PF Director for Information and Publicity, Cde Tafadzwa Mugwadi has urged trustees of the Harvest House to lease the building to the Local Authorities to accommodate vendors and other players of the Informal Sector.

 

Speaking live on the Revolutionary Party’s Official Social Media Handles, Cde Mugwadi highlighted that the ongoing infighting, brawls and child’s play at number 44 Nelson Mandela building was a clear reflection that the opposition political party housed there is a failed mission and the place can actually be utilised positively for production.

 

“It was inevitable that these puppets will one day meet their Waterloo...remember this was a movement formed by the whites to reverse the Land Reform, to brew hostility internally, to derail the agenda of the government by destabilising the ongoing consolidation of the achievements of the struggle”.

 

The Director of Information and Publicity went on to reveal critical revelations that the timing of these MDCT cat fights is a clear reflection of the intervention of spiritual forces.

 

He explained that Ambuya Nehanda was executed by white imperialists but she vowed that her bones will rise again. Indeed, these words were to be followed by various victories against imperialist machinations like the Rhodesian rule as well as the establishment of a Neo Colonial political party MDC.

 

Cde Mugwadi said it was game over for the MDC as their perennial fights signaled the end of the opposition party, suggesting that it was time owners of Harvest House consider a more productive usage of the building, particularly vending and other small scale projects by the informal sector.

 

In the past few weeks a lot has happened in the MDC camp including the demotion of former party leader, Nelson Chamisa who is now back to his former position as Secretary for Policy and Research. Besides abrupt selfies and social media videos, Chamisa is yet to respond to this internal crisis as he remains under Lock Down because he is not an essential service provider.

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