SK Moyo denies poisoning Mnangagwa, says Zanu-PF will not investigate issue
In an interview with The Standard’s Xolisani Ncube (XN), Zanu PF spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo (SKM) denied being involved in the poisoning of Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa. He also said that Zanu-PF is not going to do anything about the issue and will leave it to the police who have since said that they will only investigate the issue when they receive a forma complaint (Read Story Here).
Below is an excerpt of SK Moyo’s interview:
XN: Is the party doing anything to probe the alleged poisoning of VP Mnangagwa?
SKM: That is the responsibility of the police and not the party per ser or the structures tasked to look after the leadership.
It is very worrying and disturbing and we hope the truth will come out at the end of it.
XN: But your name is being mentioned that you are part of the people who poisoned the VP.
SKM: 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.