Dear Mr. President,
Hello papa, I’m writing this letter at the moment that seems to be the toughest time of your life, back then, before I was born you had been in the highest office in the land of Zimbabwe for 15 years, today I’m double two as Wes would put it and papa you’re still what they call the incumbent. I’m told you started off very well, you had been the hero, legend of the people of Zimbabwe releasing them from the oppression at the hands of the Whiteman.
You envisioned your people to be intelligent giving them the western education and eradicating poverty, papa you did well in your course. The people lived well until power got into your head papa. You turned your back on the people. On the hands that fed you, started looting and oppressing the very same people you saved from oppression. Today you’re replacing your leg with your arm for the presidency, heavens must be angry and people are definitely tired since Zimbabwe is not a monarch.
So papa, how about you just leave in peace and salvage whatever is left of your legacy that is if there is any left, make some of us, your fellow Africans proud. Show the young leaders the right way to do things and that power is not matter of life and death anyway. Go relax in some beach in South America probably or even Dubai maybe. I’d have vouched for Diani but well as you already know papa things are not that okay on this end as well. We have been having election fever that seems to last forever, the power at the center stage of it all you look at the problem keenly you realize it’s a lot that’s happening and that had happened, elections is just the trigger to show what really has been happening silently
The police brutality is worsening the situation, when the law enforcement body tasked to keep the people safe turns to be the source of insecurity and probable loss of lives for instance papa today November 17, 2017 five have lost their lives in Nairobi, it’s just sad and that is what we’ve witnessed in Zimbabwe, Uganda and now my own Kenya, personally I think I’ll be scared whenever the elections approaches.
Felix liberal minded African.