Jonathan Moyo reveals why he joined ZANU PF
Moyo made the remarks while responding to a Twitter user who accused him of betraying his late father who was killed during the Gukurahundi genocide.
Said Moyo, "Sorry I did not jump onto your bed. I went onto the bed left by Joshua Nkomo, long after my father was no more and used that bed of thorns to uplift Tsholotsho, where my father was a councilor and did some key things for the community there which my father would have wanted done!
Sorry I did not jump onto your bed. I went onto the bed left byJoshua Nkomo, long after my father was no more & used that bed of thorns to uplift Tsholotsho, where my father was a councilor & did some key things for the community there which my father would have wanted done!— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) April 20, 2020
Turning to the land reform programme, Moyo said he was happy that he participated in popularizing the programme.
Added Moyo, "I'm proud to have led the Initiative to mobilize & popularize support for the historic land reform programme through a media outreach that eschewed & replaced the jambanja approach that some had preferred & used. Our Initiative birthed the 75% local content media-policy!
"I stand by this with no apology whatsoever. I realise some disagree vehemently. I respect their right to disagree but I strongly disagree with them too; not only as my right but also because I know that the majority of Zimbabweans supported & support the land reform programme!"