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Madhuku gets vote of confidence

by Mandla Ndlovu
13 Nov 2018 at 09:28hrs | Views
Zimbabweans from all walks of life have marvelled at the astute way that Commissioner Professor Lovemore Madhuku has been  acquitting himself during the August 1 Inquiries.

Veteran journalist Gift Phiri said, "I doff my hat to Prof Lovemore Madhuku's star performance at the Motlanthe Commission of inquiry. Perhaps because of his legal background and the commission s stated motive to fight against impunity, Madhuku ruled the interviews of service chiefs, posing the right questions and critically following up on the answers, and displayed amazing knowledge interest that set the agenda and ruled the August 1 killings conversation.

"Madhuku deployed manipulative dialogue, using subtle inquiry techniques to get beyond the service chiefs  defenses and obtain the information the commission sought. He single-handedly salvaged the integrity and reputation of the commission. Well done Prof Madhuku for getting to the bottom of these senseless killings through your platonic probing."

Another citizen Glen Sungano Mpani said, "Good job Prof Lovemore Madhuku you acquitted yourself."

"Some good questioning of the army from Madhuku today," Zimmedia Review posted on Twitter.

C. Mambo  who spent the whole day covering the inquiry on Twitter said,  "On this day l have to take my hat off to #August1 inquiry Commissioner Lovemore Madhuku. He was the best performer and asked the most incisive questions that brought out more from the witnesses."

"I underestimated Prof Madhuku, he asked the right questions and got the wrong answers. It s common cause that our murderers from Gukurahundi, from 2008 and this year 1 Aug are the very same people using our taxpayers money, the murderous, genocidal and partisan army." Shadreck Mangwende said.

Recently a High court Judge absolved President Emerson Mnangagwa saying he was not involved in the deployment of the army but fingered Vice President Chiwenga as the person involved in his then capacity as Minister of Defense.

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