Mnangagwa-Susan Mutami rap_e scandal: Susan invited to narrate her ordeal at UN General Assembly


Zimbabwean philanthropist Susan Vivian Mutami who is accusing President Emmerson Mnangagwa of s3_xually abusing her while she was a minor has been invited to speak at the UN General Assembly.

“I just wanted to let u know that I’ve been invited to speak at the UN this year in New York, Category Women and Child Abuse and also Chief Svosve pro-democracy workshop, UN protests and to be one of the key note speakers,” Mutami posted on Twitter.

Mutami also filed a police report in Queensland, Australia, last month.

Susan Mutami told police Mnangagwa – then a cabinet minister – pursued her after meeting her during an inter-schools competition in 2003. She was in Form 2.

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Mnangagwa, 79, eventually took her into his home when her father died in 2005.

She claims the Zanu PF leader, who became president after a military coup in November 2017, rap_ed her several times over many years.

Mutami filed a report at the Mount Ommaney police station, a division of Brisbane police, on Monday morning under case number 4026120.

— My Zimbabwe

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