Zivhu mocks CCC

Political Reporter

Former Chivi South legislator, Killer Zivhu, has mocked the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) saying that it lacked the political acumen needed to dethrone ZANU PF from power.

Writing on his Twitter handle yesterday, Zivhu described the CCC party as political juveniles with no political strategy to grab state power. He further claimed that the majority of CCC supporters were actually ZANU PF sympathisers who would cast their votes for ZANU PF candidates in the next plebiscite.

Manga muchizviziva here kuti half ye CCC ndeye ZANU PF.  MDC-A yanga ine more than half,vese vakadzoka kumusha. Vese vamuri kuti ndevenyu ingori ZANU PF yega yega. ZANU PF is everywhere,” said Zivhu.

Zivhu further claimed that President Mnangagwa would triumph in all the coming presidential elections and will only vacate State House through retirement.

“ED (President Mnangagwa) will vacate State House in July 2034.This is final, nothing will happen. Even America or Britain cannot stop this.  2034 panobva ED avakundozorora CCC inenge ichiriko here? Kumamisha councillor we ZANU PF anohwina ne thousand and above votes venyu vachihwina ne 161 votes chete moti 2034 munenge muchiripo?Musatamba imi,” added Zivhu.

Zivhu further mocked CCC supporters for spending much time on social media attacking President Mnangagwa while failing to effectively mobilise for their party. Zivhu added that CCC was only visible on social media while ZANU PF was visible on the ground.

In February this year, Professor Jonathan Moyo also mocked the CCC party saying that it lacked political ideology and strategy to wrestle power from ZANU PF.

“An ideology is a map. If you are going somewhere far and want others to accompany you; you consult about the destination and get a map before embarking on the journey. If or when you get lost along the way, you can ask locals for directions using your map as your lodestar,” said Prof Moyo.

Meanwhile, various political analysts have predicted an overwhelming ZANU PF victory in next year’s elections. The analysts have said that massive infrastructure developments happening across the country coupled with divisions within the opposition parties will propel ZANU PF to a comfortable electoral win next year.