Obert Gutu Apologizes Over Sanctions Calling Move
8 November 2020
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Former MDC-T Spokesperson Obert Gutu has sensationally apologised to Zimbabweans for calling for sanctions against ZANU PF saying he feels ashamed of having played a part in it.

Posting on Twitter as Joe Biden was confirmed the winner of the United States of America elections in which Trump is challenging the outcome, Gutu appeared to suggest that the same problems experienced by Zimbabwe had been imported to the economic powerhouse.

“I would like to sincerely apologize to all patriotic Zimbabweans for having played a part in the calling for the imposition of unilateral & punitive sanctions against Zimbabwe ?? by some powerful Western nations. I’m very sorry & ashamed of having let down my beloved country,” said Gutu.

Gutu resigned from MDC-T where he had assumed the vice presidency post following the split that followed late trade unionist Morgan Tsvangirai’s death in February of 2018.

He has since then been critical of opposition politics while appearing to view politics from the angle of Zanu-PF.