Mugabe Throws Jonathan Moyo Under The Bus

President Mugabe today threw Jonathan Moyo under bus after being confronted by General Constantine Chiwenga. A source tells us that Gen Chiwenga arrived from China this weekend and was whisked by an entourage of soldiers. Immedicately Chiwenga called Lt General Phillip Valerio  Sibanda, the commander of the Zimbabwe National Army for a briefing. They decided to wait for the Monday JOC briefing to talk to President Mugabe.

Before the meeting Gen Chiwenga requested a private tete-a-tete with President Mugabe. It is believed that General Chiwenga told the president in no uncertain terms that there was alarm within the military ranks and he could not guarantee the continued safety of the politician if he does not stop.

General Chiwenga reminded President Mugabe of Mgagao Declaration. He told him that it was not the civilian leadership that placed him in command of ZANLA but it was the decisive actions of the guerrilla leadership at Mgagao in Tanzania who did it. He told the president that he was now throwing away the legacy of the liberation struggle at the instigation of agents of destabilization.

The General then singled out Jonathan Moyo and demanded that he be fired from ZANU PF and government. Mugabe did not object but claimed that the only ZANU PF structures could trigger the process of removing Jonathan Moyo. There was an impasse on how to move forward, it was then that Gen Chiwenga asked President Mugabe to go with him to KGIV and address military leaders that had already been summoned by Gen Chiwenga. Mugabe refused.

It is unknown whether General Chiwenga was granted permission by the Commander-In-Chief to hold the press conference but all indications are that the conference was called as a last-ditch effort to force the civilian leadership to self-censor and stop the self-inflicted degeneration.

We tried to get a comment from Professor Moyo but it was believed he was holed up in a briefing with Mugabe, probably being served with his dismissal papers.

 

Zimbabwe On The Brink As General Chiwenga Takes On Mugabe Head-on

General Constantine Chiwenga today issued a stern warning to ZANU PF about what is going to happen given the current political instability within that party. The army today called a press conference that was addressed by the General flanked by his fellow commanders.

He started by pointing out that ZANU PF instability affects the peace and stability of the country. He then went on to point out that he was opposed to the current purges within ZANU PF and he believes that drastic action has to be taken.

 

“But what is significant to us and to the generality of Zimbabweans is to remember that all these rebellions were diffused by the military, but at no point did the military usurp power. We must remind those behind the current treacherous shenanigans that when it comes to issues of protecting our revolution, the military will not hesitate to step in.”

Grace Mugabe In Sex Triangle With Mugabe Ministers: Man Exposes Scandal

Johannesburg – Zimbabwe’s cabinet is now heavily populated with ‘first boyfriends’ according to Chairman of the War Veterans, and former diplomat / minister, Christopher Mutsvangwa.

Mutsvangwa stated this while speaking exclusively to Khuluma Afrika correspondents stationed in Johannesburg, South Africa.

“You now have a pseudo administration that is exclusively led by a bunch of ‘first boyfriends’ who are neither equipped nor qualified to be in such positions.

Video: man exposes Grace Miugabe’s love triangles

The common denominator among all these young ministers is their sexual involvement with Grace Mugabe. Nothing else. Nothing more.” he said.

Mutsvangwa further accused first lady Grace Mugabe of lacking morals, and putting her self pleasure above the national cause.

 “The hallmark of this G40 cabal is plain to see over the last 15 to 20 years. The economy has been utterly destroyed, condemning many people to outright suffering.

This woman and her goals have no national interests at heart. She is more interested in surrounding herself with men who can satisfy her on request.” he added.

Mutsvangwa previously served under Robert Mugabe’s government as Minister of War Veterans, while had prior stints as Zimbabwe’s Ambassador to China, at a critical time when Zimbabwe was adopting the look East policy, having fallen out with the West.

He is a long time admirer and supporter of former Vice President, Emmerson Mnangagwa who was fired last week for disloyalty to Mugabe. khulumaafrica

Grace Mugabe In Sex Triangle With Mugabe Ministers: Man Exposes Scandal

Johannesburg – Zimbabwe’s cabinet is now heavily populated with ‘first boyfriends’ according to Chairman of the War Veterans, and former diplomat / minister, Christopher Mutsvangwa.

Mutsvangwa stated this while speaking exclusively to Khuluma Afrika correspondents stationed in Johannesburg, South Africa.

“You now have a pseudo administration that is exclusively led by a bunch of ‘first boyfriends’ who are neither equipped nor qualified to be in such positions.

Video: man exposes Grace Miugabe’s love triangles

The common denominator among all these young ministers is their sexual involvement with Grace Mugabe. Nothing else. Nothing more.” he said.

Mutsvangwa further accused first lady Grace Mugabe of lacking morals, and putting her self pleasure above the national cause.

 “The hallmark of this G40 cabal is plain to see over the last 15 to 20 years. The economy has been utterly destroyed, condemning many people to outright suffering.

This woman and her goals have no national interests at heart. She is more interested in surrounding herself with men who can satisfy her on request.” he added.

Mutsvangwa previously served under Robert Mugabe’s government as Minister of War Veterans, while had prior stints as Zimbabwe’s Ambassador to China, at a critical time when Zimbabwe was adopting the look East policy, having fallen out with the West.

He is a long time admirer and supporter of former Vice President, Emmerson Mnangagwa who was fired last week for disloyalty to Mugabe. khulumaafrica