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Chiwenga And Moyo Staged Coup To Prevent Zanu-PF From Losing: NPF

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In a petition to the visiting Comesa Zimbabwe pre-election observer mission, the National Patriotic Front led by Ambrose Mutinhiri said Chiwenga and Moyo staged a coup to prevent Zanu-PF from losing the upcoming elections.

In a petition addressed to head of the Comesa delegation, Ambassador Ashraf Gamaal Rashed, NPF spokesperson Jealousy Mawarire said Zimbabwe cannot hold free and fair elections because of the military state in Zimbabwe. Part of the petition reads:

We submit to you that your observer team analyses the implications of the holding of a free, fair, and credible elections by a military government whose top officials, Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga and Foreign Affairs minister Sibusiso Moyo are the face of the November 15, 2017 coup which was staged to avert an imminent Zanu PF electoral loss in the forthcoming elections.

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Constantino ChiwengaSibusiso MoyoAmbrose Mutinhiri

Constantino Guveya Dominic Nyikadzino Chiwenga is the current Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, the second secretary of Zanu-PF political party and the Minister of Defence Forces of Zimbabwe. He is also the former Commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) and also the... Read More About Constantino Chiwenga

Sibusiso Busi Moyo is a Zimbabwean politician and a retired three-star general in the Zimbabwe National Army. He is the current Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. Moyo retired from the Zimbabwe National Army with the rank of Lieutenant-General to pursue a career in... Read More About Sibusiso Moyo

Ambrose Mutinhiri is a Zimbabwean politician, a veteran of Zimbabwe's liberation war and the former Mashonaland East Minister of State for Provincial Affairs. Mutinhiri is also a Retired Brigadier General of the Zimbabwe National Army. Mutinhiri resigned from Parliament and the Zanu-PF political party in... Read More About Ambrose Mutinhiri

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