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The writing is on the wall. The end is nigh for some in the opposition By Kennedy Mandaza Social media, international and independent press, as well as on the streets and corridors of companies, are awash with discussions and justification on why and why not ZANU-PF and its leader President Mnangagwa should be given another day in power. The focus is on the 2023 harmonised elections which are fast approaching. In order to win the hearts of the electorate, plots and counter-plots, accusations, and counter-accusations have dominated our media space. Political parties are busy digging in their bags of tricks, and some have gone extra-territorial in search of the elusive magic wand, which might usher them into State House. In all this, there have been deliberate attempts by many in the opposition to ignore what ZANU-PF under the leadership of President Mnangagwa has been able to do in the last four years. Such attempts by social media trolls and political commentators is tantamount to writing an obituary for the opposition, before their imminent death. The writing is on the wall.