Professor Jonathan Moyo, the vocal Higher and Tertiary Education minister has claimed he would find it impossible to support Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa because he is mean, cruel spirited, abuses public positions and has no respect fo due process. In a no holds barred interview with weekly newspaper, The Standard, Moyo promised to release more information to show that Mnangagwa is totally unsuitable for the highest office in the land. Moyo said:
As such, it would be difficult and even impossible for me to support Mnangagwa for the presidency given his well-documented cruel history of his abuse of the various public positions he has held to cause harm, misery and worse to people who disagreed with him or did not associate with his politics in our country’s dark past.
Brace up for major and scandalous disclosures that will show beyond any doubt that Mnangagwa is not only mean and cruelly spirited, but that he does not have respect for due process as demonstrated not only in my case but also in others, yet he is a lawyer and is responsible for the administration of justice in the country.
What would you conclude if the VP and his supporters give a childish, incongruous and improbable explanation for the event attended not only by the renegades, but also by some government and military officials?
As far as I’m concerned, those who have dubbed that event the Mug Declaration have a point that Zanu PF members and indeed Zimbabweans can ignore only at their own peril.