Wednesday, April 19, 2006


The grammar in messages posted daily by MDC Toronto's chairman, Mr. Andrew Manyevere, has improved quite noticeably. This is a good thing for all of us.

More still needs to be done, especially on the messages themselves. Many people, including myself, think that a message each day is a little annoying, especially if the message is a kind of an old song. Believe me, Mr. Manyevere, many people are deleting your messages before reading them. Hanzi nevakuru "Akuruma nzeve ndewako".

The point is: We know Mugabe and his cronies have ruined our country. We do not want to hear about that any more, unless it comes as background to solutions. We want you to come up with strategies and programs to solve the problem. We want to read about what you are doing or what we should all do to change the situation back home.

In his independence speech, Mugabe called on the 3 million Zimbabweans in the Diaspora to come back home and help him improve the country.

This is our chance to tell him why we left our beautiful home and tell him what we want him to do before we go back.

I suggest that for starters Zimbabweans in the Diaspora seek the right to vote. You, MDC executives in the Diaspora, should lead this campaign.

There are a million other things you could fight for actively and with great support from both Zimbabweans and sympathizers all over the world. With such programs underway, then you can bash Mugabe all you want.