Wednesday, November 22, 2017

SV: SV: {UAH} Mugabe resigns with immediate effect

Fellow Ugandans, and friends,
YES, even now when we are hearing about the political demised of MUGABE, but let us not forget that now both the UK, and US with their cahoots in the EU countries are transferring the political goal post whereby they are condemning Mr MNANGAGWA Emmerson, the newly named leader of Zimbabwe with some serious accusations of human rights abuses! Sincerely, both London and Washington are not recalling that it were them who made MUGABE become an animal and, or a political monster he had turned to be. Why did both the British and American with their cahoots in the EU not accepted to implement the Lancaster House Agreement they both signed for the Independence?
I think, in the coming few months we will be hearing both US, and UK pouring political petrol fires on the ongoing political chaos in Zimbabwe whereby they may cause some complete political mayhem in the country! You, know what? They will blame Mr MNANGAGWA Emmerson and the ZANU – PF party because they would continue to block any tangible economic support to Zimbabwe to chase away Mr MNANGAGWA Emmerson and the ZANU – PF party to lead the country! I feel both Americans and the British with their cahoots in the EU countries shall continue to stick with their political guns with the song that ZANU-PF and, or Zimbabwe had not done true political reforms that accepts the White minorities the control of the LAND as is in South Africa!
 
Ocaya pOcure
 
 
 


Den onsdag, 22 november 2017 6:32 skrev Allan <barigye.rugos@gmail.com>:


At least Uncle Bob won't be needing to apply for asylum anywhere. Even his minions may simply shut the fuck up.
Unlike Uganda where they will be hunted down like mususu rats

On Nov 22, 2017 12:02 AM, "'Simon Okurut' via Ugandans at Heart (UAH) Community" <ugandans-at-heart@googlegroups.com> wrote:
Edward Pojim,

I think it is wrong to judge every change using same old yardstick. Let us give Zimbabweans chance to do what they have achieved; it is very rare to witness in Africa what we have just seen in Zimbabwe, a bloodless coup and an ousted president even allowed to officiate a graduation ceremony, then addressing the nation denouncing demands to resign, and Zimbabweans kept their cool but determined to get him out; the guy walks away unscathed, that to me is a real change, we are now witnessing a rare happening. 

Compare that with our Uganda where the president, his tribe and region have to face untold suffering, and an ousted president can only return to his country dead, and others never to  return even posthumous.

As Africans, we should celebrate this change because at least life presidency and family rule has been halted in one country, to me that is an immediate achievement. 

And there is a possibility that the new Zimbabwean government can bring real changes, why not? I think the suffering that the Zimbabweans endured in the 37 years of Mugabe might actually have given those people to do great soul searching and can actually transform their country to be an icon in Africa.

Peter Simon

On Tuesday, November 21, 2017, 1:11:10 PM MST, 'gaumoy nockrach-laduma' via Ugandans at Heart (UAH) Community <ugandans-at-heart@ googlegroups.com> wrote:


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I choose to stoop to observe the Zimbabwean melodrama. Or better still, the ZANU-PF melodrama!!
It does seem to me, this is not about Zimbabwe but about ZANU-PF.

The task might now be, on the contrary, to keep the opposition parties at bay. Soon Zimbabweans shall awake from the nightmare only to find the same shit bag; different trademark. I do not think the new leaders would like to call for suicide reforms. Hence, the repositioning of the same old raves of both the Military and the party.

The Generals, who are very much part of ZANU-PF sleep with one eye open
"WE FORM THE CULTURE THAT FORMS US"….noc'la gaumoy.


Den tisdag, 21 november 2017 19:27 skrev Gook Akanga <grakanga@gmail.com>:


Allan
You are right on!

On Nov 21, 2017 17:54, "Allan" <barigye.rugos@gmail.com> wrote:
A plus since no blood shed unlike Kenya, Zimbabweans are in a better position to forge ahead towards a more civil society. Pole pole..watafika. Kenya is heading the other way.

On Nov 21, 2017 11:46 AM, "'Edward Pojim' via Ugandans at Heart (UAH) Community" <ugandans-at-heart@ googlegroups.com> wrote:
Folks;

The Palace Coup is now complete. But it does not bring about any needed changes, as coups usually do. This one is the same wine in the same old bottle, only difference is it will now be served in smaller glasses.

Pojim



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