Exiled former cabinet minister, Patrick Zhuwao has sensationally claimed that a military operation in the government ministries is on its way following the firing of striking nurses, with retired ones being hired again.
Writing in his Zhuwao Reloaded series, the former Public Service minister accused government of deploying military personnel in most ministries adding that the announced hiring and firing of nurses shows that an operation is looming.
“The fact that the statement is issued by Chiwenga confirms that the purported firing and hiring of nurses is a military operation designed to achieve a political objective as alluded to in the last sentence of the second paragraph of the press statement.
“It should not be lost to fellow patriots that the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health is a serving General in the military. A military operation is underway; soon to be in all other ministries where the military has deployed,” said former president, Robert Mugabe’s nephew.
He added, “As the new nurses are being recruited by military personnel, they will undergo indoctrination under the guise of customer care training. They will be taught how to extol the virtues of the new dispensation as they treat patients. Those that fail to do that will be summarily fired since they will be on probation. For the next three months, they will become extensions of the ZANU PF election campaign under General Rugeje. The military operation will come full circle.”
Zhuwao also made allegations that soldiers are being deployed in rural areas and polling stations across the nation, something that has repeatedly been mentioned by his colleague Professor Jonathan Moyo and National Patriotic Front leader Retired Brigadier Ambrose Mutinhiri.