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Hypocrisy continues in Zimbabwe

Friday, September 14, 2018

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Dear Editor,

The hypocrisy continues under the new Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa and proxies Government in Zimbabwe.

Mnangagwa vowed to stand by the people of Zimbabwe.

There's a cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe and Mnangagwa and his Parliament doesn't seem to care as they're busy scouting cars. Croco Motors, Zimoco and Isuzu have been asked to bring samples of high-powered vehicles for Members of Parliament to browse at the parliament building.

The new health minister Obadiah Moyo was showing pretence as people are dying and the crisis is widening. They should have implemented strategic measures to fight the cholera outbreak and stop the growing number of people dying.

Mnangagwa finally spoke about the cholera outbreak after facing criticism for paying for a chartered private jet for Grace Mugabe. The funds could have been used to stop people from dying in this outbreak of cholera. All they seem to be doing is waiting and asking non-government organisations and the World Health Organization for help.

We have to be cautious of people whose actions don't match their words.

Isaac Chawasarira

Wolverhampton

West Midlands

England. zekygr85@gmail.com

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