Very Soon The Hunter Will Become The Hunted
3 August 2020
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By Stephen Chuma


The season of abductions, political arrests and wanton disregard of citizens’ rights by an illegitimate and corrupt regime is upon us.

This hotly follows after genuine calls by citizens to have their government look into serious issues of corruption that is ravaging our very existence.

We, the citizens have genuine issues and we do have every right to raise a red flag on corrupt government officials but alas ours is not a listening government as they claim.

It is very clear that we do not have a government to talk about- but a gang of looters that is feasting while the majority of us are on command fasting.

Instead of firing corrupt government officials, the regime chose to set fire on its very own citizens for speaking against corruption.

When we expected them to lock up criminals like Obadiah Moyo who stole Covid-19 funds, Emmerson Mnangagwa’s regime locked up a journalist, Hopewell Chin’ono who highly exposed corrupt officials.

Is it not ironic that instead of hunting down all corrupt elements in his looting club disguised as government, Emmerson Mnangagwa chose to hunt down citizens for speaking against corruption.

We cannot go on like this!

At some point the hunter must be the hunted.

We must take the fight to the doorsteps of those that use violence and abductions to shroud corruption.

It is game on!

Stephen Sarkozy Chuma
MDC Alliance Youth Assembly National Spokesperson

Stephen Chuma