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(In the photo the one with a stiped short-sleeved shirt handing the Petition is Brother John Vincent Chikwari, Sec General of the Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe. The young man in "dreadlocks" on the far right on the photo is Brother Sinom "Dreadman" Mudekwa, Executive President of the RYMZ.The Official receiving and signing for the Petition is either a Representative of the Pan-African Parliament, SADC, AU or some other body, my memory betrays me.)
Simon Dreadman Mudekwa /firstname.lastname@example.org/ wrote:
The Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe is surprised by personal attacks happening between Mr Mawere and Rev Hove.We strongly believe that the future leaders should learn from you as elders but this is not happening.Instead we are reading article after article of personal attacks which wont solve our problems as youths.
With the GNU in place we were expecting to hear constructive ideas on issues affecting out country and how to solve them.As young people we are faced with a lot of challenges from education to health and we expect our elders to come upfront and stretch a helping hand and constructive ideas for the betterment of the people of Zimbabwe and the country.
I read one part of their discussion in the article and I figured out irrelevant answers and questions between the two.
On behalf of Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe I would like to remind Rev Hove that the accusation that Mr Mawere refused to help us in fighting for democracy in Zimbabwe does not hold water because it is the very same democracy we are fighting for that people must choose leaders of their own choice without fear.
Whether Mr Mawere supported Dr Makoni or not is not a case because thats his choice.To be seen forcing Mr Mawere to support leaders which he dont feel comfortable with, will be a violation of his rights.Myself and my Secretary General had a meeting with Mr Mawere but we could not discuss that publicly because it will be like violating Mr Mawere's rights as I have already mentioned.
Let's stop fighting each other and focus on rebuilding our beloved country Zimbabwe.The choice is yours-to be a part of the solution or not to be but lets stop fighting as this will cause confusion amongst the people who are willing to rebuild Zimbabwe in peace.We need to unite and forgive each other for the good of the country.
As youths we have already started programmes of building research centres and schools in rural areas and you would rather support this initiative than fighting.We have managed to source equipment for this but all the same we wont discriminate people on grounds of whether they are supporting this or not.
Lets move forward and bring back our country to its former state of milk and honey.
Finally I would like to highlight that I believe these were personal attacks and no organisation either attached to Mr Mawere or Rev Hove was part of this.
To all those comrades whom we used to fight with I urge you to unite and rebuild our country.This is the perfect ground to come together and think about the children and people of Zimbabwe before thinking about self enrichment.
We are driven by the same passion of rebuilding our country.This is not about individuals now but our beloved country.
President-Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe.
From Golden Gadzirayi Nyambuya /email@example.com/ wrote:
Dear Simon Dread,
It is but encouraging to hear such sober and thoughtful words coming from you. I commend you stance. We must follows your lead.