Wicknell, Java, Ambulance Accident, ZANU PF Insult
17 March 2024
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Who on earth built this lump of bricks of a bridge, Wicknell, Scott or is it Java?

By Dorrothy Moyo | A bridge, recently exposed by the ZimEye news network, became the scene of an accident involving an ambulance from Holy Cross Mission Hospital. This incident has sparked a whirlwind of questions and criticism, with the construction of the bridge itself at the center of the controversy. The bridge, criticized for its rudimentary architecture, has drawn ire for seeming to mock the advancements of human civilization that date back thousands of years.

-A Question of Responsibility.


At the heart of the matter is the identity of the architect behind what has now been dubbed the “lump of bricks” bridge. Names such as Wicknel, Scott, and Java have been tossed around in a frenzied game of blame and speculation. Yet, no clear answers have emerged. The bridge’s design, which has been lambasted for its apparent disregard for modern engineering standards, raises significant concerns about the oversight and execution of public infrastructure projects.

-A Harrowing Incident

The event took an alarming turn when an ambulance, en route to an emergency, found itself stranded against the bridge’s walling. The driver, identified as Philip Machekano, has come under fire amid allegations of drunken driving. These accusations add a layer of complexity to an already fraught situation, intertwining issues of individual accountability with broader systemic failures.

-Political Underpinnings.

Complicating the matter is the bridge’s association with the ruling Zanu PF party, which has led to rampant speculation about the politicization of public works projects. Critics argue that the mishandling and misallocation of resources evident in the bridge’s construction reflect deeper issues within the country’s governance. The involvement of a political entity in such a project has ignited debates on the quality and integrity of infrastructure developments under its auspices.

-Public Outcry and Demands for Action.

The images of the stranded ambulance at the poorly constructed bridge have become a symbol of the urgent need for accountability and change. Public outrage has been palpable, with citizens demanding answers and action from those responsible for the debacle. The incident has not only highlighted the dangers posed by substandard infrastructure but also the potential for negligence to result in life-threatening situations.

As investigations continue, the country waits for clarity on the circumstances that led to this regrettable event. The call for transparent inquiry and accountability is stronger than ever, with the hope that such incidents can be prevented in the future through rigorous standards and responsible governance.