Moyo writes to Mugabe to clear his name. Claims he is a victim of a factional agenda6 years ago
Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo has written to President Robert Mugabe and the chief secretary to the President and Cabinet, Misheck Sibanda, claiming he was a victim of a factional agenda, as he targets a Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) member, Goodson Nguni.
According to documents obtained by NewsDay, Moyo, in a letter to Sibanda last Wednesday, said he was filing a police report against Nguni, whom he accused of acting corruptly and unlawfully releasing documents to journalists and one unnamed Cabinet minister, who appeared to be in a different factional camp from the Tsholotsho North legislator’s. Moyo claims Nguni started persecuting him after he was allegedly bribed by a fellow Cabinet minister,
I will not submit myself to any Zacc investigation, whose investigation committee is headed by Goodson Nguni, who has proven beyond any reasonable doubt that his committee is no better than a kangaroo outfit pursuing a factional agenda. I am prepared and ready to assert this right by taking the matter to the Constitutional Court.Feedback
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