Monday, March 25, 2019

National identity card for Mnangagwa with his new names.

Angered by his huge appetite for flying both in and outside the country, crafty Zimbabweans have found new names for President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Mnangagwa has been surnamed “Tongombeya,” on the social media, a Shona word meaning one who is always meaninglessly on the road, a name usually applied on people with a mental disorder.
To add to the drama, the President’s first name has been crafted as “Scarfmore” created from the colourful scarf that he always wonders around with on his neck.
Zimbabweans have a unique style of adding “more” to names such as “Lovemore, Passmore, Praymore, Givemore, Takemore” and several others hence the creation of “Scarfmore.”
A hilarious photoshopped Zimbabwean identity card crafted for Mnangagwa with his new names has taken social media by storm in the last few days with Zimbabweans congratulating whoever created the identity card for clearly expressing Zimbabwe’s frustrations on the President’s trips.
Since taking over from former President Robert Mugabe in November 2017, Mnangagwa has been hiring very expensive jets and flying around the world wantonly much to the anger of Zimbabweans who believe he is wasting state funds as the trips never bring anything for the country.
Below are some of the expensive trips that “Tongombeya” has taken since coming into power in 2017.
  1. December 2017: Pretoria, South Africa
  2. January 2018: Davos, Switzerland
  3. January 2018: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  4. January 2018: Luanda, Angola
  5. January 2018: Lusaka, Zambia
  6. January 2018: Windhoek, Namibia
  7. January 2018: Maputo, Mozambique
  8. February 2018: Gaberone, Botswana
  9. March 2018: Gaberone, Botswana
  10. March 2018: Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
  11. March 2018: Kigali, Rwanda
  12. April 2018: Beijing, China
  13. June 2018: Nouakchott, Mauritania
  14. June 2018: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
  15. July 2018: Johannesburg, South Africa
  16. August 2018: Windhoek, Namibia
  17. September 2018: Beijing, China
  18. September 2018: New York, United States
  19. October 2018: Lusaka, Zambia
  20. November 2018: Conakry, Guinea
  21. November 2018: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  22. January 2019: Moscow, Russia
  23. January 2019: Minsk, Belarus
  24. January 2019: Baku, Azerbaijan
  25. January 2019: Astana, Kazakhstan
  26. February 2019: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  27. March 2019: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  28. March 2019: Luanda, Angola
Mnangagwa is expected to leave Harare again this morning for Johannesburg, South Africa on a jet hired from Malaysia which charges on an hourly rate and has been in the country since Wednesday last week.