EDITHCHIBHAMU LETTER TO NURSES LANDS HER INTO TROUBLE WITH ED
After weeks of nurses protesting for a better wage, better working conditions and improved standards of living the Zimbabwean Government having failed to offer any sustainable solution decided to evict nurses from their homes. This unjust lack of understanding& conviction from the government which currently has the Minister of Health charged with a $60 million dollar COVID19 corruption deal is heartbreaking.
As Zimbabweans this is evident of the kind of oppressive non negotiable government system we have, as such l have decided to stand in solidarity with the people of Zimbabwe. Although this is not a favorable position for me or most people of my influence and stature, l strongly believe it’s high time Zimbabwe comes together and say enough is enough.
To the nurses and doctors, POSB works, vendors and all those protesting for better standards of living l say don’t give up& don’t give in until your requirements have been met without compromise. It’s important to know the Children of Israel walked for 40 years and eventually arrived, it’s the 40th year children of Zimbabwe and it’s time to enter the promised land.
As we enter the promised land given to us, the resistance will be strong and firm but eventually you will make it.
Zimbabwe now more than ever it’s time to unite, for our of many we are one and any prospects of a brighter future for not just the few of us but all of us depends on the union.