Mugabe Signalled The System Not To Fight Chamisa, That Is Why Evidence Has Been Gathered Easily- Ex-Sunday Mail Editor

Former Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi, who was previously accused of being behind the shadowy Facebook character Baba Jukwa, has alleged that former President Robert Mugabe gave a signal for the system not to fight opposition leader Nelson Chamisa. Kudzayi argues that this is the reason why evidence has been readily gathered. Writes Kudzayi,

….Intelligence and politics are a complicated affair. Simply firing a senior intelligence officer does not stop him being friends with former subordinates and colleagues. Information still moves, even without the office. At Zec, insiders have been leaking information at an unprecedented rate. Mnangagwa is aware of this problem and has been ruthlessly purging senior police and intelligence officers, choosing reliance on the military for protection.

If Mnangagwa is inaugurated he will completely annihilate all remaining pockets of Lacoste unbelievers, even the lukewarm will not be spared.
Mugabe’s message to them on the eve of the election was very clear: Do not fight Chamisa. We will be better off with him in power. The gathering of evidence that followed the rigging of the July 30 elections suggests that the system has listened. It was clear that hands deep in the intelligence apparatus were releasing information to journalists and the MDC Alliance

…Many of these questions will remain a matter of speculation, but what is clear is that Mugabe has sent a clear signal to his people — follow Chamisa.

More: NewsDay

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