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Mapombi usually prefers phone calls to letters but when dealing with a bunch of politicians who are not so wise, you sometimes need to write to them nerurimi rwaamai chairwo.
As you are all aware, not all politicians are familiar with the colonisers' language. Even kuZanu PF kwakazara maDoctors (PhD) from UZ pamwe chirungu hachinzwiki. Kkkkkk imi vanhu mundiitire mushe ndamboti Beritha Chikwama here ini? Aaah ndikwanirei siyai Gogo Mahofa vakadaro.
But Gogo Mahofa has improved a lot these days; she is now eloquent zvinotobhowa. Thumps up Gogo keep it up!
Anyway, I hope this finds James Gumbi, Misheck Marava and the MDC-T Vice President Elias Mudzuri well. Is Mudzuri the second or third vice president weMDC-T? Whatever! Mapombi also want to congratulate the trio for their not so wise decision to publicly announce that they were rallying behind an independent Innocent Muzvimbiri who was trounced by Zanu PF's Beauty Chabaya by more than 12 000 votes in the just ended Bikita West by-election. Congratulations for associating MDC-T with losers!
Marava even organized meetings with MDC-T structures in Bikita West so that they can solicit support for Muzvimbiri before he used Gumbi to make the announcement publicly through the media. Eheka kuti zvityise kushandisaka provincial chairperson. Kkkkkkk nhamo.
Some say one eye is enough for a wise man; but again, it is indeed troublesome for a person who is not so wise. Mukatungamirwa nebofu munopera kuwira mumakoronga. Politics dzodawo vakangwara idzi.
Now we all know that a combined effort of Muzvimbiri and MDC-T garnered less than a thousand votes against Zanu PF's 13 156. Mapombi is now shuwa that MDC-T inotya kudyiwa yoda kuhwanda nekuti No Reforms No Elections (Nera).  As if there will be any reforms before the 2018 general elections. Tibvirei apa kuswerotinyaudza kubva 2013 now tava kutopinda 2018 asi chabuda hapana.
Zanu PF will win 2018 elections – either by hook or crook as long as MDC-T shows a lot of confusion just like it did at the just ended Bikita West by-election. Mapedza moti Zanu PF inobira yet ndimi muri kumhanya nemabhiza asingaite. Kkkkk haa factionalism inotiparira iyi. Itai tione pachiZaka Zaka pernyu ipapo tione zvinobuda.
Ini Mapombi zii hangu ndichizvikangira hangu chibage changu kwaDr Grace Mugabe Trading Centre uku kwatinodya rotten bananas.
The discord between MDC-T spokesperson Obert Gutu and Gumbi shows that the latter was pushing a factional agenda. Gumbi said MDC-T was rallying behind Muzvimbiri before Gutu rubbished it. Maybe Gutu was doing crisis management. If Gutu was genuine then Gumbi aitaurira chifaction chake. We all know Mudzuri is allaged to be leading a faction so vakangoziita pachiZaka chavo. Kkkkkkk dai vaizoita vane vanhuzve better. We all know Gumbi was defeated by a little know Mukanduri in Zaka East and Marava was appointed Senator thanks to votes garnered by other candidates.
A bunch of losers should stop misguiding MDC-T. Neither should they continue putting the name of the biggest opposition party in disrepute.
MDC-T Masvingo province is performing dismally because it is led by people who are based in Harare who think they know everything. They plan and decide from Harare wotoshaya kuti Masvingo yava kuHarare here. Mapombi miss the good old days pachinana Professor Mukonoweshuro, Matutu and ana Mudavanhu party yaitofamba zvirinane kwete zvayava izvi.
Mapombi is a gentleman handivanze ini; 2018 hapana chinombobuda futi apa.
Anyway, it's almost lunch time regai zvangu ndiende ndindokanga maputi angu for lunch ndichiimba kasong kaSulu hanzi kachibage kekukanga kanonaka, kanonwisa mvura. By the way, is Uncle Bob back in the country?
Masvingo province already has its present for President Mugabe on his birthday; that is, Bikita West seat which Zanu PF won through hook and crook.
We can't wait for the 21st February Movement! Mboko imboko.news

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