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Dear Rev M Hove,
I hope that the journey of life is treating you well, given all the challenges that we are confronted by. I had read some of your comments regarding Mr M D Mawere and your assertions on his activities.
I have taken it for granted that by now after your lengthy journey in life, you would have at least equipped yourself with the elementary skills of reading. I have no doubt that your intentions are clearly set out to defame and make allegations against Mr Mawere. I am not sure how you would benefit from this attempt.
If you take the time, to read and learn about the issues in Zimbabwe , you would arrive at the conclusion that Zimbabwe’s problem’s have nothing to do with Mr Mawere, but rather a lack of human investment by ordinary people in Zimbabwe. This lack of human investment by a countries citizens is not uncommon in the modern developing world.
There are 54 countries that make up the continent of Africa. It is estimated that the population is around 850 million people.
Over the last 50 years there have been many Zimbabwe’s on the African continent. Please take time to understand the challenges facing our continent and you would come to the conclusion that self interest verses selflessness is the major challenge facing us.
You would remember that when you approached Africa Heritage Management Services, you were looking for employment and we offered you an opportunity to develop and utilize your skills.
(REV HOVE AND OTHER EMPLOYEES AT AHI)
You were assisted on numerous occasions with regard to your work performance. Not withstanding these issues we continued to assist you in your skills development.
You resigned from AHMS on your own accord and stated that you were moving to Australia to continue your fight for regime change in Zimbabwe. Subsequent to this, you called me on numerous occasions for personal financial assistance. You are fully aware that you still owe outstanding loans to AHMS. These were monies borrowed from the company to address your personal issues.
To date you have not even had the decency to propose a payment plan. This behavior confirms your belief in “ entitlement “.
You make reference to the voiceless people of Zimbabwe. I am yet to learn how people become voiceless, when you have demonstrated that you are able to voice the kind of rumors and unconfirmed statements that you make.
The glue of life is a “common set of values for the betterment of humanity. Please Mr Hove, your comments are a manifestation of a person who is not prepared to learn, understand and practice the “good values” that we take for granted.
It is my sincerest hope that you move from being a Selfish person to a SELFLESS HUMAN BEING.
If you don’t know how to make this transition, then you should stop wasting your time blogging on 42 sites and start learning how to invest your time in a project that will be of greater benefit to Humankind , than taking up valuable space on the internet stage.
My kindest regards
Nathan Mariemuthu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rev Hove replies:
I am happy my brother MDM got the opportunity to address the issues that sorround his case.
For the fact that he gave a lengthy response to the numerous allegations etc, I thank him.
I'm going through a rough patch (yes).... so are millions who do not have a chance to be heard. At least I've platforms to air my views, concerns etc!
Again, thanks Nathan for your email.
M S Hove...Rev.