Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) co-founder Joice Mujuru has responded to expelled co-founders’ Didymus Mutasa and Rugare Gumbo’s threat to sue her for her utterances as quoted in a NewsDay article that the two wanted to make her a sex slave.
Through her lawyers, Hamunakwadi and Nyandoro Law Chambers, Mujuru ” denies the ill-advised and misplaced allegations” by Gumo and Mutasa and “is more than ready to defend herself in a competent court of law” should the two “proceed with their malicious legal process”. Part of the letter signed by G Nyandoro reads:
The contents of your clients’ letter are self explanatory and our client denies the ill-advised and misplaced allegations contained therein. For the record, our client is more than ready to defend herself in a competent court of law should your clients proceed with their malicious legal process. Please note that we have full instructions to receive any court process that may emanate frog your clients’ proposed frivolous and vexatious legal process. May your clients be guide accordingly.