Jonathan Moyo Says It’s A Lie Mnangagwa Escaped Death Penalty During Rhodesia Era | FULL THREAD

Exiled former ZANU PF Politburo member Professor Jonathan Moyo says President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s claims that he escaped the Rhodesian hangman’s noose in 1965 because he was underage are false. Prof Moyo said the “lie” was previously exposed by Jonathan Chando and has now been confirmed by Eddie Cross, Mnangagwa’s biographer. Below is Prof Moyo’s Twitter Thread in which he attempted to substantiate the allegations: MNANGAGWA’S CLAIM THAT HE WAS SENTENCED TO DEATH in 1965 and escaped the penalty because he was underage, is a MYTH, that is a LIE, as previously revealed…

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Kuda Tagwirei Changed His Name For Murkey Deals – Jonathan Moyo

Exiled former Cabinet Minister, Jonathan Moyo has sensationally claimed that Sakunda Holdings boss Kuda Tagwirei changed his name as a strategy to engage in murky deals. Writing on Twitter, the former Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services said: REGIMOND MATHAMBO (or “Matambo”) is Kuda Tagwirei’s real name. Pals he grew up with, speaking pure siNdebele, in Shurugwi call him Regi. He became Tagwirei at #CBZ; setup Sakunda for murky deals & the rest is history. After US & UK sanctions he’s back to MATHAMBO, for some deals! One Gwalagwala Unlimited…

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‘Opposition, CSOs a big let down’

ZIMBABWE on Sunday marked three years after six civilians were fatally shot by State security agents in the August 2018 post-election violence, with exiled former Zanu PF politburo member Jonathan Moyo accusing the opposition and civic society organisations (CSOs) of letting down the victims by not piling pressure on government to ensure the prosecution of the perpetrators. The six were shot at point-blank range on August 1, 2018 as the army stepped in to help police quell the post-election protests triggered by delays in announcing 2018 presidential election results. At…

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Mugabe Demonised Me For Hiring MDC Journalists – Jonathan Moyo

Exiled former Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister, Professor Jonathan Moyo has claimed that the late former President Robert Mugabe “demonised” him for “hiring MDC journalists.” Moyo, a Political Science Professor, says the journalists he had hired, Wendy Nyakurerwa, Edmund Kudzayi, Mduduzi Mathuthu and Joram Nyathi, are among the top independent and most talented journalists. He suggests that the ruling ZANU PF viewed the journalists as belonging to the opposition MDC because of the objective manner in which they were executing their duties and responsibilities. He tweeted: TOP lt: JORAM…

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