Former Higher Education Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo appeared on SABC News for an interview in which he accused President Mnangagwa of opposing the National Peace and Reconciliation Bill during a Zanu PF politburo meeting.
Moyo argues that Mnangagwa and Patrick Chinamasa opposed the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission. The proposal was to have a Peace, Truth and Reconciliation Commission but Chinamasa and Mnangagwa succeeded in convincing Zanu-PF to oppose the truth component. Mnangagwa had no option but to sign the National Peace and Reconciliation Bill into law since it had already been passed in Parliament.
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