MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai has rubbished reports that his wife, Elizabeth, was running a Facebook account that has attracted over 10 000 likes.
Luke Tamborinyoka, Tsvangirai’s spokesperson, told the Daily News yesterday that the ex-prime minister’s wife does not have any Facebook account.
“We are now questioning the motive behind those people who are making the account so popular. She does not operate any Facebook account,” Tamborinyoka said.
The Facebook account operating as ‘Elizabeth Macheka Tsvangirai - The first lady’ has caused quite a stir on the social media.
Elizabeth who is battling to save her marriage after she rekindled an affair with her ex, is reported to have joined Facebook.
“By coming here I know I am defying the odds. But as Psalm 23 says, The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. He makes me lie down in green pastures,” she said. Elizabeth already has over 8 000 likes.
Elizabeth lavished praise on her husband in one post: “As we go to sleep I thank you that my husband Morgan Tsvangirai is happy because he reverences the eternal. He finds rich joy in your commands. His children rise to power within the land. Riches and wealth are in his house. Good fortune never fails him. Life shines on Morgan. He is upright, mild, and merciful. All goes well with him. He is generous and open handed. He acts fairly. Never shall Morgan come to grief. His memory never fades. He has no fear of evil tidings because he trusts the eternal with a steady heart. His heart is firm and fearless certain that he will see his foes collapse. Morgan gives to the poor lavishly and good fortune never fails him. He rises to high power. Ungodly men look on him grieve, they gnash their teeth and disappear. The ungodly hope against Morgan will come to nothing.”
In another post Elizabeth rallies MDC supporters. “Stay strong, make them wonder how you are smiling.
Our vote was stolen. Our voice was stolen. Our freedom was stolen, Our future was stolen, but remember they cannot steal our destiny. Our destiny is waiting patiently for us. Just because it cant happen now does not mean it will not happen..
They made a covenant with Nikuv but we make a covenant with God. They made a covenant with Nikuv but we make a covenant with he who died on the cross. They continue to harass and torment our people. God is watching
Winds of change are blowing. They are even stronger!! Change will forever be inevitable.
Remember to stay strong & make them wonder how you are smiling.”
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