Zimbabwean politician, Obert Gutu has mocked exiled former Cupboard Minister Jonathan Moyo for his insinuations that the southern African nation was going to witness a ‘November-like’ coup this February.
By the top of January, Moyo claimed historical past books had been going to be rewritten and warned Zimbabweans of ‘November-in-February’. The late lonng-ruling despot Robert Mugabe was ousted in November 2017, paving manner for the dramatic ascension of Emmerson Mnangagwa to the presidency.
“For eager college students of Zimbabwean historical past, this February is threatening to exchange November because the month of momentous occasions! Varakashi and their boss want trainers. Their time to run run run run is coming; quickly and really quickly! The ideology of varakashi is Mnangagwa; and their insurance policies are Mnangagwa, whose solely goal is that 2030 anenge achipo. The varakashi phenomenon is only a complete lot of bull expletive”, Moyo posted on his Twitter account in January.
However, on the final day of the ‘month-of-the-coup’, Gutu who’s rumoured to be eyeing admission into Zanu PF buildings laughed off Moyo’s claims, tweeting:
“February is the 2nd month of the 12 months (and) November is the 11th month! There can’t be a November in February! No! It merely can’t! After all, in Dreamland & Delusionland, you’ll be able to probably have November in February and even vice versa, however actually NOT on the planet of actuality! Rolling on the ground laughing, Rolling on the ground laughing”.
Attaching emojis, Gutu additional mocked Moyo within the vernacular Shona language:
“Seka zvako Chavurura Wegona!🤣Seka zvako Chipazhamwongo!😂Seka zvako Chitovanedzavamwe!😅Kwahi November in February….lol🤣🤣 Hakuna mashura akadero..🤪🤪Hakuna manenji akadero…🤣🤣”.
Gutu’s sentiments come within the wake of Moyo’s dramatic U-turn to earlier insinuations. Moyo has since stated that his feedback had been grossly misinterpreted and claimed he was not referring to Mnangagwa’s removing from workplace.
“Momentous occasions that often occur in November had been seen this February like bolts from the blue. The dismissal from the politburo of two key youth leaders, (Pupurai) Togarepi (and Lewis) Matutu was momentous; as was the dismissal of Matutu (and Godfrey) Tsenengamu from the occasion’s central committee!”, stated Moyo in a thread on the final day of the ‘coup month’.
That is although he had challenged one other Twitter consumer who had dismissed his social media claims as mere ‘prophecy’.
“Don’t bastardise political evaluation. There’s no prophecy in political science!” Moyo stated early this month.