You can’t be offered a job in Kenya because you are a thief, Prof Moyo told


The Norton independent legislator Temba Mliswa has labeled former Higher and Tertiary minister Professor Jonathan Moyo as a thief who cannot be offered a job in Kenya after he allegedly stole money there.

Mliswa responded to Professor Moyo’s tweet on military attack on his house around 2am.

“What would you do if you & your family survived a 2am – 15 minute ZDF attack on your house with 7 children one of them 12 years old ,by 25 SAS snippers with semi automatic weapons,randomly firing tracer bullets & stun grenades?Is this the New Justice?New Dawn?New Era…”

The military had issued a statement that they were targeting criminals around former president Robert Mugabe.

Mliswa responded “Rightly so, they’re looking for criminals like you.”

Moyo is currently in exile with some reports alleging that he might be in Kenya.

“He can’t even get a job in Kenya he stole money from that country and they must equally watch out for him, he abuses young boys,” reads another tweet from Mliswa.

In 2001 Moyo was sued by the Ford Foundation for allegedly misusing US$108 000 meant for studies on policy issues in Kenya.

Moyo has previously refuted these allegations, and it is unclear how the case ended.

Meanwhile, Moyo has become very unpopular on social network Twitter as many people respond negatively to anything he posts.

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