Mugabe Did Not Want ZiscoSteel To Be Reopened Unlike Mnangagwa Who Abhors Corruption: Oppah Muchinguri

Zanu PF National chairperson, Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri has blamed former President Robert Mugabe saying that he never wanted ZiscoSteel to reopen. Addressing a rally in Redcliff over the weekend, Muchinguri-Kashiri said,

Government is working around the clock to see the revival of Zisco Steel. The person who was in charge of this country never wanted to see the resuscitation of Zisco Steel. There was much corruption and underhand dealings…President Mnangagwa is a straightforward and honest man who abhors corruption. It’s unlike in the previous administration where people wanted kickbacks to perform a particular task.

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4 comments on “Mugabe Did Not Want ZiscoSteel To Be Reopened Unlike Mnangagwa Who Abhors Corruption: Oppah Muchinguri

  1. Cheap politics….you the same bunch of thieves who took kick backs behind the blind folded mugabe afterall you the same who caused these mines to close now you coming back to us and lipstick the 3reopening of mines

  2. Muchinguri a political prostitute who is known for sleeping everywhere on a political beds to be appointed, you once slept with Grace to warm yourself to be a woman VP, before you warm yourself to the coup plotters to get something from the new dispensation and now who are you fooling to say Mugabe this Mugabe this, you were together with Mugabe for 37 years, l wonder, if you are not one of those whose application letter for a vacancy when Sally Mugabe died was found somewhere wondering at the desk of Mugabe for competition to fill the vacancy of the First Lady, competing with the eventual winner Grace and a certain former First Lady of a neighbouring country but you all lost to a mere typist.

  3. How old are you now, to have been in government in 1980, and how many years did you serve at the liberation struggle, and l think you were sharing the same gun with this character; MATEMADANDA

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