I did not poison Mnangagwa says Moyo

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I did not poison Mnangagwa says Moyo

Zanu PF spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo has denied allegations that are circulating on social media that he is one of the people who allegedly poisoned Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa. The vice president had to be airlifted to South Africa after he started vomiting at a Zanu PF Youth Interface Rally in Gwanda. Zanu-PF has denied that Mnangagwa was poisoned with Information minister Christopher Mushohwe insisting that Mnangagwa ate stale food. In an interview with weekly publication, The Standard, SK Moyo said:

I heard that, but it is being very irresponsible on the part of those alleging so because on the day in question, I left Harare via Air Zimbabwe and drove from Bulawayo to Gwanda with my security team.

So I don’t know what the people who are saying so are trying to prove. I must say, we must also be responsible with social media and stop being reckless.

Again. I hope the security system will pick up the mischief and investigate why they are sowing division in the party like that.

Energy Mutodi, an ally of Mnangagwa has alleged that Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramyi and Health Minister David Parirenyatwa, were suspects in the poisoning of Mnangagwa.

More: The Standard



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