23 November 2012

Zimbabwe: Drip Irrigation Catches Zanu-PF Off Guard

press release

Following the successful launch of the drip irrigation by President Tsvangirai at his homestead, Zanu PF Legislators are now falling on each other to introduce the same scheme in their constituencies as a way to woo unsuspecting voters.

As bankruptcy hit the sunset party as it nears its congress, they are now in the last minute rush to scrounge and scavenge for whatever can save their face as the likelihood of facing their people with derelict, out dated and archaic ideas dawn on them.

Setting the pace in this desperate search of redeeming ideas is Mutomba the Zanu PF legislator for Bhuhera North who could not hide his envy of President Tsvangirai's initiative and has rushed to the Herald a Zanu PF mouth piece with his story to introduce the same scheme in his constituency.

So green is Mutomba's envy that he is even courting the support of a private company Pedstock Investments sales with suggestion courted with President Tsvangirai's words verbartim during his address on the field day in which he said "Our soil is no longer able to produce enough to sustain us so this drip irrigation will help all of us to maximise and utilise a small portion enough to feed our families..."

This demonstration of serious deficiency of new ideas by Zanu PF comes hot after their 11th hour romping of the Job creation clause in their congress theme. We take pride in the feeling that at least now, the sunset party is waking up from a deep slumber "smelling the coffee" and is willing to learn from the party of excellence.

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