Tsvangirai Cried On My Shoulders In A Dream-Sikhala

Fresh from his prison release after nearly two years of pre-trial incarceration, Job Sikhala, the former Member of Parliament for Zengeza West, claims to have had a dream in which the late Movement Democratic for Change (MDC) President Morgan Tsvangirai was crying on his shoulders, adding that the former opposition leader gave him instructions during his stay at Chikurubi maximum security prison.

Sikhala spent more than 500 days on pre-trial detention on allegations of inciting public violence.

Speaking to Bulawayo based self proclaimed prophet Blessing Chiza, Sikhala claimed to have had the dream several times.

“It is very true, I dreamt Tsvangirai and in most of those dreams he was telling me things and telling what to do,” said Sikhala¬† to Chiza.

The Bulawayo based man of cloth promised to interpret his dream but not in public.

The late Tsvangirai and Sikhala had a major political fallout after the split of the MDC in 2005, with the later siding with the Welshman led faction of the party. He later left the faction to form his own MDC-99 party.

Sikhala and Tsvangirai revived their political romance during the last days of Tsvangirai’s life as he sought to re-unite with his erstwhile cdes leading to the formation of the MDC Alliance.

Tsvangirai’s dream came to fruition after his death when Nelson Chamisa led the MDC-Alliance, a party which gave sleepless nights and fierce competition to the ruling ZANU PF.

With opposition politics currently in sixes and sevens, Sikhala requested to excused from taking part in the political affairs as he rests and maps the way forward.

The former Zengeza West Member of Parliament claimed to have had several “dreams” including one in which he got instructions from the late South African liberation icon Nelson Mandela.

 

 

 

Takudzwa is a passionate and dedicated journalist, currently studying at a top Journalism school in Harare.

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