Exiled former Cabinet Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo has fired warning shots at President Emmerson Mnangagwa telling him that he is presiding over a wilting banana republic which has reached a point no return.
Said Prof Moyo, “The wilting started from the very beginning and it progressively got worse and reached a point of no return with the November 2017 military coup that restored the Mgagao 1975 fiasco, which led to the 1980 rot in the first place: then gukurahundi, Esap, Warvets payout, DRC and history!”
Prof. Moyo outlined the alleged corrupt activities that Mnangagwa’s faction called Lacoste had been engaging in before the days of the bloody coup that ended President Robert Mugabe’s 37 years of iron rule.
“Diamond looting: Lacoste. Command Agriculture looting: Lacoste: Dema looting: Lacoste. Africa Chrome looting: Lacoste. Treasury Bill looting: Lacoste. This and more was pre-coup. As for their post coup looting, don’t even start to mention. Their wives, children and clans have joined!”
When asked if his statement were sour groups because he was envious of Mnangagwa and whether it was Mnangagwa who forced him to exile, Moyo said, “Come on. How can I envy someone whose only known real job before he joined his murderous politics was a COURT INTERPRETER in Zambia?
“Don’t confuse Mnangagwa with Chiwenga. After all, Mnangagwa was himself a fugitive when Chiwenga’s maurading soldiers forced me into exile during the November 2017 military coup. The record is clear & the story is coming soon!”
Don't confuse Mnangagwa with Chiwenga. After all, Mnangagwa was himself a fugitive when Chiwenga's maurading soldiers forced me into exile during the November 2017 military coup. The record is clear & the story is coming soon!
— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) April 23, 2019