"I'd never murder a daughter for the love of power": Mnangagwa supporters accuse Moyo

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Tue, 05 Sep 2017 06:22:16 GMT
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"I'd never murder a daughter for the love of power": Mnangagwa supporters accuse Moyo


The Zanu-PF factional battles seem to be getting even worse, as avowed supporters of Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa have accused Higher Education Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo of killing his own daughter in order to gain power. Gokwe-Nembudziya MP Mayor Justice Wadyajena and Jones Musara made the accusations on Twitter suggesting that Moyo may have killed his daughter for ritual purposes. This was a reference to Moyo’s daughter Zanele who reportedly bled to her death in her Cape Town apartment bathroom in October 2015.

The whole thing started on Twitter when Prof. Moyo asked Wadyajena about a video in which Wadyajena had used the slogan “Pasi ne poison” (down with those who poison others). Moyo had asked, “What was or is this about?” in reference to the video.

Wadyajena responded by firing a broadside at Moyo in answering:

Thanks for your keen interest in my work for the people of Zimbabwe. Pasi ne poison means I’d never murder a daughter for the love of power.

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Afterwards, Jones Musara went on to repeat the accusations multiple times on Wadyajena’s timeline. At the time of publishing Moyo was yet to respond.

Here are the tweets:




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