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Mnangagwa denies active role in Gukurahundi, says he was not in charge

Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has denied allegations that he was part of Gukurahundi. Mnangagwa argues that he had no command authority,  therefore there was no possible way he could have been the enforcer.  He also contends that all the allegations are the work of his political rivals, who want to tarnish his image.  The VP appears to place the blame on President Robert Mugabe, then Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi and army commanders for the massacres

Speaking to New Statesman, a magazine based in the United Kingdom, Mnangagwa said:

How do I become the enforcer during Gukurahundi? We had the President, the Minister of Defence, commander of the army and I was none of that. My own enemies attack me left and right and that is what you are buying.

More: Newsday

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