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Mnangagwa supporters accuse Jonathan Moyo of 'killing' own daughter

by Stephen Jakes
09 Oct 2017 at 07:37hrs | Views
Self proclaimed supporters of Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Gokwe Nembudziya MP, Justice Mayor Wadyajena and Jones Musara have accused G40 rival Professor Jonathan Moyo of killing his daughter.

This is the second time the two have made the accusation on micro-blogging site Twitter. In September, the pair accused Moyo who is well known to be HIV positive of sacrificing his daughter in order to gain power through ritual practices.

However, in the latest case, Wadyejena implies that Moyo had killed his daughter in order to cover up for the fact that he had raped her following a superstitious belief that this would cure HIV. Wadyajena and Musara came after Prof Moyo, after the Minister had suggested that Mnangagwa's poisoning and diarrhoea could have been induced by "chronic use of antibiotics or ARVs (Anti-Retro Viral)" since Mnangagwa is also said to be HIV positive.

Moyo and alleged members of the G40 Faction, Vice President Phelekezela Mbhoko have accused Mnangagwa of lying about being poisoned in order to garner sympathy and undermine President Robert Mugabe. Moyo

Here are the Twitter exchanges:

Moyo's daughter Zanele died in South Africa after reportedly bleeding to death in her Cape Town apartment bathroom in October 2015.

About Jonathan Moyo About Justice Mayor WadyajenaAbout G40 Faction

Jonathan Moyo is a Zimbabwean politician who belongs to the ZANU-PF party and is also a member of the party's Politburo. He is the current minister of Higher and Tertiary Education and Member of Parliament for Tsholotsholo North Constituency.

In October 2016 Moyo was investigated for corruption by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) in cases involving the abuse of Zimdef funds. Moyo admitted to the corrupt activities in several tweets hhe posted around that time, but said that he was being target on tribal basis. He has not resigned from his ministerial post and has not been suspended despite the admission.

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