Thabitha khumalo is fluent in the three main languages of Zimbabwe. These are Shona and SiNdebele and English among all the languages of Zimbabwe. Her ability to speak all languages go hand and glove with the president's dream that national leadership should be able to communicate in all languages. It is therefore prudent to understand that national spokesperson of this great movement should be conversant with all the major languages in the country.
Thabitha khumalo was in the was in the press for her parading herself in a bra at a police station. One day as she was attending a rally. Zanu-PF bussed youths who attacked her party supporters. Among them was a lady whose blouse got torn in the political violence of that day. She went to report that case but the police couldn't even cover the nak*d woman. This actually attracted Hon Thabitha Khumalo to intervene. After realizing that police didn't care about covering this victim of political violence she removed her blouse and gave it to the woman. By so doing she was charged of indecent exposure. What else would you expect from a woman of virtue. She must be made the substantive party spokesperson.
As a woman Hon Thabitha Khumalo believes and fight for women's rights including the rights of prostitutes. She is well known for advocating for the legalization of prostitution in Zimbabwe. To her prostitutes are human beings trying to earn a living honestly and they have families to look after. Indeed the Hon Thabitha Khumalo can speak for both gender women and men.
She is indeed an amazing woman who is a human rights fighter and believes in a free Zimbabwe. I for sure would want her and Felix Magagela Mafa Sibanda declared substantive party spokesperson and vice president exclusively.
I rest my case.
Henry Madiro writes these articles in his personal capacity as a Zimbabwean who want to acknowledge the good deeds done by fellow citizens.
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