By Lymon Mukanga
An apology has the power to mend relationships and restore trust. It is important to consider the impact of our words and actions on others, and to apologize when we’ve caused harm.
The vale of tears clouded over the cheeks of people of Zimbabweans. Ordinary people, have never tasted the straw of independence since 1980 untill this day. Their hearts are wounded and polarised by Zimbabwean politics.
In Zimbabwe, there have been allegations of human rights abuses, corruption, and political violence. Many people are calling for President Mnangagwa to apologize for his role in these events.
So many miserable events unfolded since independence in Zimbabwe. Leadership seems to be burying their heads in the sand to show their position whether they are responsible or not.
While, an apology can be a powerful gesture, it’s also important to take concrete steps towards justice and accountability. This includes promoting free and fair elections and accepting the outcome of the 2023 plebiscites.
By working towards a more just and equitable society, we can build a brighter future for all Zimbabweans.