"Mujuru is a dictator who lacks direction": former top ally

5 years ago
Sat, 04 Nov 2017 04:27:02 GMT
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"Mujuru is a dictator who lacks direction": former top ally

In a resignation letter dated November 2, Joice Mujuru’s former top ally Wilbert Mubaiwa, accused her of being a dictator who possesses a “chronic lethargy” in decision-making.

Wrote Mubaiwa:

The split of ZimPF on February 8, 2016 sent shock waves through many, but we, nevertheless, battled to suppress and ignore what clearly was a step in the wrong direction. There was talk by the departing team of lack of direction, dictatorship, lethargy in decision-making and an inability to make decisions on your part. We took the burden to explain your actions and inactions.

I then personally waited patiently to see the leader in you. This never transpired. I never saw the leader. Although we now know that there was an element of truth in their words, we persisted hoping to build a better future for all Zimbabweans by ushering a new era of political governance based on freedom and democracy, buttressed by constitutionalism, accountability, transparency and tolerance and the hope for an improved internal political environment and governance. This was the beginning of a grave and tragic leadership failure bordering on dictatorship.

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