Big-mouthed Moyo intensifies hurling insults on President Mnangagwa, Chiwenga


Former Higher, Tertiary science and technology minister Jonathan Moyo has applauded the move by President Emmerson Mnangagwa for cleaning up and resuscitating the economy. Mnangagwa issued a three-month moratorium for those who externalised funds and assets to bring them back into the country or face prosecution.

Moyo applauded the move indicating that it is a good start, he, however, encouraged President Mnangagwa and General Constantine Chiwenga to return the missing $15 billion from China.

Moyo said, “Good start indeed. So let him & Chiwenga lead by example by returning the $15 billion from China!
Former President Robert Mugabe revealed in 2016 that diamonds worth more than $15 billion were been looted in the eastern mining area of Marange. Speaking in a belated 92nd birthday interview on state-run Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation, Mugabe said the state treasury received less than $2 billion.

Mines and Mining Development minister Walter Chidhakwa had previously stated that the amount which reached the public purse was $600 million. “We have not received much from the diamond industry at all. I don’t think we have exceeded $2 billion, yet we think more than $15 billion has been earned,” Mugabe said then.

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