Jonathan Moyo Ran Away And Left His Family In The Custody Of A 93-Year Old: Charamba

Presidential spokesperson George Charamba has claimed that when things got tough, Professor Jonathan Moyo abandoned his family an left it in the custody of 93-year old former President Robert Mugabe. Charamba was speaking on CapitalkFM responding to Moyo’s interview on BBC Hardtalk.  Charamba claimed that Mugabe said:

We don’t even know how to handle this large family that he’s left in our hands…

Sunday Mail Columnist Bishop Lazarus also made the same allegations. Said the Bishop on Sunday:

Prof Moyo also wants to preach to us about being “unAfrican”. Kikikiki! Imi professor kwanai mhani. Akukwane wena mdala Jontso!

Prof Moyo is not qualified to preach to us about being “unAfrican”. There is no African man who abandons his wife and kids when in trouble. African men stand for and with their wives and kids in times of trouble. But what did the professor do during Operation Restore Legacy? He dumped his wife, a foreigner for that matter, and his kids at former President Mugabe’s house. Leaving even a mentally challenged son in the care of a 93-year-old man? Hakuna baba vakadaro muAfrica.

You can listen to the interview here

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2 comments on “Jonathan Moyo Ran Away And Left His Family In The Custody Of A 93-Year Old: Charamba

  1. Ichokwadi hakuna baba vakadaro ndozvekare vanoti mumba mukapinda nyoka vanoti amai mwana rova nyoka iyo.Zvinonzwisa urombo.

  2. Wherever the “Operation Restore Legacy” fugitives of Zimbabwe may be hiding, and since Zimbabwe is a participating member of SADC; AU; UN etc., among other international bodies, the Government of Zimbabwe, (or ZACC) should utilise its mutual extradition treaties with other member countries in these organizations to repatriate to Zimbabwe, all such fugitives as Jonathan Moyo, Savior Kasukuwere, Zhuwawu, Grace Mugabe, her 3 sons, together with her son-in-law, etc., etc..They should be brought back to Zimbabwe to answer for their alleged crimes in the courts of their mother country.
    Bearing in mind that despite the poverty and mis-governance of the people by the Mugabe regime, Zimbabwe is still a mighty powerful country in the region, the country should stand firm and request the return of its fugitives to their native country. It’s common knowledge that, according to Zimbabwe law, they are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. They should therefore be protected under international law, and under international judiciary processes.

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