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3 August 2023
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Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Self-Confidence Amidst Zimbabwe’s Challenges: A Closer Look.

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In yesterday’s address at a ruling party rally in Cowdray Park, ZANU PF leader, Emmerson Mnangagwa displayed an unwavering belief in the power and success of ZANU PF, while simultaneously blaming the opposition for the country’s problems. This article delves into the paradox of Mnangagwa’s statements and examines whether he genuinely believes in his own assertions, considering the challenging state of Zimbabwe and the ruling party’s role in it.

Mnangagwa’s Unstoppable ZANU PF:
President Mnangagwa confidently declared ZANU PF as a “peoples’ party” that led the liberation struggle for Zimbabwe’s independence. He expressed that the party’s winning streak would continue and urged the electorate to vote resoundingly for ZANU PF in the upcoming elections. Mnangagwa portrayed ZANU PF as an action-oriented party that delivers on its promises, unlike the opposition, whom he accuses of being mere talkers.

Blaming the Opposition for City Woes:
The President criticized the opposition-led urban local authorities, holding them responsible for the decline of the cities they govern. He claimed that all local authorities and parliament belong to ZANU PF and called on the opposition to vacate their positions. Additionally, Mnangagwa pointed out the opposition’s disorganization, citing an incident in Bulawayo where nomination papers were not filed on time, leading to their nullification.

Zimbabwe’s Reality vs. Mnangagwa’s Claims:
The President’s confidence in ZANU PF’s success and the blame he places on the opposition appear incongruent with the current state of Zimbabwe. The nation has been facing severe economic challenges, including inflation, unemployment, and poverty. The state of infrastructure and essential services in cities has also been a matter of concern. Critics argue that ZANU PF’s policies and governance may have contributed to the country’s difficulties, casting doubt on Mnangagwa’s assertions.

Assessing Mnangagwa’s Beliefs:
It is important to analyze whether Mnangagwa genuinely believes in his own rhetoric or if his statements serve a political purpose. As Zimbabwe’s leader, he may be employing a strategic approach to rally his supporters and consolidate power ahead of the elections. By projecting an image of invincibility for ZANU PF and blaming the opposition, Mnangagwa seeks to sway public opinion and maintain his party’s grip on power.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s recent address at Cowdray Park showcased his firm belief in ZANU PF’s success and his willingness to place the blame on the opposition for Zimbabwe’s challenges. However, the reality on the ground paints a different picture, with the nation facing multiple socio-economic difficulties, that now see cows straying into city areas. This paradox raises questions about the President’s sincerity in his statements and whether they are mere political tactics to maintain power. As Zimbabwe heads towards the elections, it is crucial for citizens to critically assess the statements and actions of both ZANU PF and the opposition, seeking a path towards genuine development and progress for the nation.