Harare Mayor Calls For Recognition Of Late Morgan Tsvangirai As A National Hero
HARARE Mayor, Jacob Mafume Monday called for the recognition of the late former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai as a national hero for his unequivocal role in opening up democratic space in the country.
Tsvangirai, who was founder of opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), served as Prime Minister in the Government of National Unity (GNU), a political compromise he struck with later former strongman, Robert Mugabe
Whether the ruling party of Zimbabwe want to admit this or not, but it is a true. Morgan Tsvangirai need to be acknowledged, may his soul rest in peace. This man was the one who started the greatest movement that has ever shaken the ruling party of Zimbabwe. This is one man that brought about a political revolution.
The man that has challenged Zanu-pf out of their comfort zone, he is the man that has made Robert Mugabe to lose weight. He is the man who was so brave to challenge the brutality in Zimbabwe politics, to challenge their witchcraft and corruption. May his spirit continue to live, may the struggle continue until Zimbabwe is free.
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