Following the threat to have him extradited to Zimbabwe, Professor Jonathan Moyo has responded that he’s not afraid of any effort to extradite him:
BRING IT ON. Extradition is a legal & not diplomatic process. It would be great to tell the world via an impartial court why & how I LAWFULLY fled Zim!
The Sunday Mail today carried an article titled “Noose tightens on corrupt officials …Govt to forfeit fugitives’ properties …Professor Moyo to be extradited “ in which the author said there are efforts by the government to have Moyo brought back to Zimbabwe to face corruption charges.
It is understood that Government is also mulling using diplomatic channels to extradite fugitive former Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo, who is believed to be holed up in Kenya.
He is wanted for a slew of corruption charges stemming from his alleged abuse of millions of dollars from the Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund.
MEANWHILE, make no mistake about it, one day the noose will tighten on #gukurahundi murderers & looters who've weaponized corruption against their political opponents using false charges; & who've used the Army to hide their corruption & to raid, butcher, torture & rape citizens! pic.twitter.com/Z2pnrj4zza
— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) March 3, 2019