Tsvangirai; Nosipho just for sex, what it means for Bulawayo
15 September 2012 | 15451 Views
Tsvangirai on cruiseship
It has been said many times that MDC-T has a systematic reputation of using some people for self-satisfaction then dump them after use. Every organisation in the World works together with the belief of its leaders. MDC-T will never criticises its leader for loose morals because once it does, the organisation is finished.
We have always told the people of Bulawayo that they are being used for the enjoyment of MDC-T leaders and once the vote is won, they will be cast away.
MDC and Zanu leadership are quick to call us tribalists for telling people the truth.
This pattern of use and dump is best demonstrated by Tsvangirai's handling of Loreta Nyathi and a South African Nosipho. These two do not come from Harare and were used by Tsvangirai for sexual enjoyment and disposed. Mr Tsvangirai told these girls that he wants to marry them and yet in real life his plans were to marry his home girls who, unfortunately, both happen to be Zanu PF wired CIOs.
Tsvangirai will never really love a Ndebele to the extent of marriage nor is he going to trust any for high influential office in the MDC or future Government. Just like President Mugabe, he uses the Ndebele for enjoyment. I am told President Mugabe also used a Ndebele woman for enjoyment and left her with a child in 1951. His use of the Ndebele Nation for pleasure is well demonstrated by the decay of Bulawayo today while Harare is leisurely flourishing.
Tsvangirai and Mugabe are the same in mind and deed, thus why they both do not want Welshman Ncube to join the GNU. They have one thing in common; to use Bulawayo for enjoyment.
Everything happens for a reason and the people of Bulawayo are being taught never to vote for people who use them for joy but rather rally and trust fellow countrymen like Dabengwa, Ncube or even the now quiet General Nandinandi.
"You will know them by their works", Loreta Nyati never even got a chance to contest the marriage race even though she has Tsvangirai's baby. Or, should I say Welshman Ncube is not even allowed to become vice-President even though he is the President of MDC-Gibson which formed the MDC and invited Tsvangirai to lead.
The revolution that led to Independence was formed by the residents of Bulawayo 1957 but Harare enjoys the fruits under Mugabe. MDC was formed by the people of Bulawayo but the fruits benefits the MDC-T in Harare and Bulawayeans are only used for joy during elections and dumped for future use.
Think about it in the next coming election and do not live to offer joyful services to others while you deteriorate.
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Source: Rayton Dzimiri
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