The son of Zimbabwe’s former Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko, Siqokoqela Mphoko, has urged his countrymen to cast their ballots for the ruling ZANU PF party in the harmonised elections that are scheduled to take place this year.
Pindula News was able to access a series of posts that Mphoko made on Twitter in which he equated voting for ZANU PF with voting for peace, economic freedom, and unity. Here is the thread that was posted under #VoteZanuPf:
To the people of Zimbabwe, there is absolutely nothing in this world that can compare to having peace, unity, the grace of God, political and economic freedom. if we can learn to disagree respectfully with one another, tolerate one another’s opinions, respect one another’s points of view, be patriotic, and figure out how to respect our leaders.
Residents of Byo, if you want to see proper services delivered in your city, you should cast your votes for people who are able to deliver on the mandates they have been given. Stop voting for deadwood councillors or on the basis of tribal grounds; doing so gets Byo nowhere and should be avoided at all costs. Zw is not divided but rather united.
There has been only one Zanu Party in power ever since Zim achieved its independence. Since the formation of the MDC, I have lost track of the number of times that its top ten have divided that party into pizza slices. The CCC is in the spotlight today. It will be CCC-N, CCC-B, CCC-N, and CCC-C after they are defeated in the elections.
An entrepreneur named Siqokoqela Mphoko, who is also a non-executive director at Choppies Zimbabwe, made headlines in September of the previous year after he was arrested and charged with raping his niece, who was 12 years old at the time.
After evading lawful custody, he later turned himself in to the authorities and explained that he had “ran away from the police station because I felt that there was no fairness in my case.” I had the impression that things were not carried out in the appropriate manner, and I had the impression that someone other than the government was behind it. Because I have faith in the legal process, I am currently on my way to the Hillside Police Station to turn myself in as you read this.”
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