Deported ex SABC broadcaster Maroleng breathes fire, exposes Zanu PF’s desperate election tactics

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Chaos erupted as Chris Maroleng, the outspoken CEO of Good Governance (GGA) Africa, was unceremoniously deported from Zimbabwe, accusing President Emmerson Mnangagwa of resorting to underhanded tactics to secure victory in the upcoming elections.

Maroleng’s research team, poised to assess the state of election conditions, was ignominiously expelled from the country, provoking a bitter war of words.

In a stunning turn of events, Chris Maroleng, accompanied by his team, was kicked out of Zimbabwe just days after their arrival. The GGA Africa CEO had been granted permission by Zimbabwean officials and SAPES Trust to conduct research on election conditions and challenges. Maroleng wasted no time in slamming the government’s actions, labelling them as bullying and anti-democratic.

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“We are shocked and dismayed by this turn of events but not surprised as the pattern of bullying, anti-democratic behaviour by the Zanu PF-led government, especially in the run up to elections is well documented,” Moroleng said.

“Kicked Out! Maroleng Vows to Fight Back!”

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Expressing his sh0ck and dismay, Maroleng condemned the government’s crude tactics, vowing to challenge his deportation. He claimed that no proper deportation processes were followed and that the immigration officer failed to provide any reasons for their expulsion. The GGA Africa CEO’s determination to fight back against what he perceives as an infringement on democratic principles adds another layer of intensity to an already heated political atmosphere.

“Government Hits Back: ‘Agent Provocateur Removed!'”

Responding to the deportation controversy, Zimbabwe’s Information Ministry Permanent Secretary, Ndavaningi Mangwana, defended the government’s decision, citing the public interest. In a fiery tweet, Mangwana labeled Maroleng an “agent provocateur” and suggested that he could continue his alleged agitation and rabble-rousing from his home country. The government’s justification for the deportation hints at a deeper conflict and raises questions about the true motives behind Maroleng’s expulsion.

With Zimbabwe’s elections just around the corner, the deportation of Chris Maroleng and his research team has ignited a fierce debate about the state of democracy in the country.

In the battlefield of politics, accusations and counter-accusations fly, and Zimbabwe finds itself at a critical crossroads. The coming days will reveal the true nature of Zimbabwe’s political landscape as the election drama unfolds. Stay tuned for more updates on this explosive showdown!


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