Clive Malunga’s Misguided Priorities

Jenaguru Arts Centre founder and musician Clive Malunga is misdirecting his efforts by inciting Zimbabweans, particularly the youth, to revolt against the Government. In an interview with Nehanda Radio on May 22, 2024, Malunga urged Zimbabwean youth to demand change from the Government through an uprising against the ruling elite. He further suggested that Zimbabwean youth should draw inspiration from their West African counterparts, who have successfully ousted leaders in the past.

Since 1980, Zimbabweans have been holding elections without issue, electing new leaders peacefully. Clive Malunga should be reminded that Zimbabweans value peace, and this prevailing peace should not be disrupted by self-serving politicians like him. Under the leadership of President E.D. Mnangagwa and the Second Republic, Zimbabweans have witnessed significant developments across the country. It is surprising, if not confusing, that someone like Clive Malunga fails to acknowledge this progress.

Clive Malunga should focus on his Jenaguru music genre and leave politics to the politicians. However, if he feels compelled to effect change, he should join politics himself rather than inciting others, especially young people, to engage in violent acts. The political landscapes of West Africa and Southern Africa are distinct, and Malunga should cease comparing the two. Southern Africa has no history of violent leadership changes, and Zimbabweans should not be misled by individuals like Malunga into adopting tactics that go against the regional norms of peaceful leadership transitions. Zimbabwean youths should not be swayed into defying SADC’s established methods of changing leaders.

President E.D. Mnangagwa has an open-door policy, inviting those with constructive ideas to contribute to the country’s development. It is perplexing that Clive Malunga, a prominent musician and founder of Jenaguru Arts Centre, fails to engage with President Mnangagwa if he believes he has ideas that can positively impact the country.

Positive**Clive Malunga’s Misguided Priorities**Jenaguru Arts Centre founder and musician Clive Malunga is misdirecting his efforts by inciting Zimbabweans, particularly the youth, to revolt against the Government. In an interview with Nehanda Radio on May 22, 2024, Malunga urged Zimbabwean youth to demand change from the Government through an uprising against the ruling elite. He further suggested that Zimbabwean youth should draw inspiration from their West African counterparts, who have successfully ousted leaders in the past.Since 1980, Zimbabweans have been holding elections without issue, electing new leaders peacefully. Clive Malunga should be reminded that Zimbabweans value peace, and this prevailing peace should not be disrupted by self-serving politicians like him. Under the leadership of President E.D. Mnangagwa and the Second Republic, Zimbabweans have witnessed significant developments across the country. It is surprising, if not confusing, that someone like Clive Malunga fails to acknowledge this progress.Clive Malunga should focus on his Jenaguru music genre and leave politics to the politicians. However, if he feels compelled to effect change, he should join politics himself rather than inciting others, especially young people, to engage in violent acts. The political landscapes of West Africa and Southern Africa are distinct, and Malunga should cease comparing the two. Southern Africa has no history of violent leadership changes, and Zimbabweans should not be misled by individuals like Malunga into adopting tactics that go against the regional norms of peaceful leadership transitions. Zimbabwean youths should not be swayed into defying SADC’s established methods of changing leaders.President E.D. Mnangagwa has an open-door policy, inviting those with constructive ideas to contribute to the country’s development. It is perplexing that Clive Malunga, a prominent musician and founder of Jenaguru Arts Centre, fails to engage with President Mnangagwa if he believes he has ideas that can positively impact the country.

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