Former Foreign Affairs Minister Walter Mzembi has appealed to President Emmerson Mnangagwa to ensure that his right to privacy is protected after reports on his health.
Mzembi is in South Africa where he is recovering from a surgery and has appealed to Mnangagwa to ensure that his privacy is protected. There have been reports that a warrant of arrest has been issued for Mzembi after he violated his bail conditions. Mzembi said he harbours no political ambition and appeals to Mnangagwa for assistance. Part of Mzembi’s appeal reads:
That notwithstanding I have and still renew the assurances of my highest consideration for the office of Head of State and Government, and President of Zanu PF, my party of birth. I am fully conscious that this is not my political season and am equally not in a hurry to find relevance in the current political space. My family and I do not desire to be mixed up in any of the goings on in Zimbabwe’s political landscape and I am hoping my constitutional rights for privacy and wishes for a civil nonpartisan life will be respected and reciprocated, especially my recuperation from such delicate surgery and post b treatment.