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War vets miss golden opportinities to demonstrate remorse

by Justice Benjamin Paradza

It takes a real man to say sorry and accept responsibility for the wrong you have done, especially wrong done to your very own people. This is more than I can say for Douglas Mahiya after reading his interview with The Standard of 7 August 2016 published under the heading “Mahiya shoots from the hip”.

Douglas MahiyaI take issue with a number of the things said in that interview but his responses to the following questions are what struck me most and continue to worry me.

RC: Would you want to apologise for having allowed the situation to come to this?
DM: We would rather request the people to appreciate the efforts that brought independence. If we made mistakes, it was in the process of trying to do something.
We lost the most important part of our life to bring independence. What is important is to embrace each other and move forward.




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