The biography titled On the Shoulders of the struggle is a discursive recast of the commemorative and official representation of the fathers of the nation like Robert Mugabe and Joshua Nkomo - to whom the author was a lifetime political apprentice.
Secretary for Information Nick Mangwana described the biography as an interesting read. Posting on his twitter handle Nick Mangwana said "This book by Dr Obert Mpofu is an interesting holiday read. On page 219, it says, during GNU, there was no fiscal discipline, there were unsustainable deficits and escalating domestic debt. These are the things reined in by the current Dispensation."
In an exclusive interview with this reporter, Business mogul and ZANU PF Mash West political maverick Philip Chiyangwa said "I am not an avid follower of philosophical content, but reading Dr Obert Mpofu's memoir punched hard my untapped love for what I regarded as boring books. In other words, Dr Mpofu unpacks those rarely accessible themes of our political, legal, and identity intersectional realities in a way that speaks to the heart and mind of anyone who grabs a copy of his book.
Other bigwigs who have endorsed the biography include Minister of Justice Ziyambi Ziyambi, Presidential Spokesperson George Charamba and Minister of Education Ambassador Cain Mathema.
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