Tsenengamu embarks on fool`s errand

by | Nov 8, 2021 | Politics | 0 comments

Staff Writer

Former ZANU PF National Youth League commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu has decided to follow a long list of former ZANU PF members who have started their own political parties.

Since its formation in 1963, no defecting member has set up a political institution formidable enough to worry the revolutionary party.

Joyce Mujuru, Ambrose Mutinhiri, Edgar Tekere were all high ranking members who got high off their own assumption of self importance and got a rude awakening that no one is bigger than the party.

Tsenengamu`s party, named The Front for Economic Emancipation in Zimbabwe (FEEZ), is a cheap replication of Julius Malema`s Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).

Only difference is that the regalia worn by the EFF is red, and FEEZ wears green.

EFF was recently walloped by the African National Congress (ANC) in the just ended council elections, giving a summary of its long record of defeats in their politics.

The same is set to happen to Tsenengamu, who in the past few months has been launching and re-launching his party to no avail.

At his launch, in Harare last week, Tsenengamu appointed himself National Coordinator and paraded a few unknowns who have hopped from one sprouting political outfit, to the other.

Speaking with reckless bravado, Tsenengamu said he is set to become a force to reckon with in Zimbabwean politics.

As the wise say; “time is the best teacher.”