Moyo writes to Mugabe to clear his name. Claims he is a victim of a factional agenda
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.