High Court Defends Mnangagwa’s Appointment Of Madhuku And Manyeruke In Motlanthe Commission

High Court Judge Justice David Mangota yesterday ruled against an application by Allison Charles and Counselling Services Unit challenging the appointment of Professors Lovemore Madhuku and Charity Manyeruke as part of the Commission of Inquiry into the post elections violence.

In his ruling, Mangota said allegations that the two are compromised was not substantiated. Justice Mangota said the fact that Madhuku was a presidential aspirant in the 2018 elections is proof that he is not biased. He also ruled that the applicants failed to avail evidence to validate Manyeruke is a Zanu-PF member. Part of Justice Mangota’s ruling reads:

The fact Professor Lovemore Madhuku was a presidential aspirant in the election of 30 July 2018 shows that he cannot be biased in favor of anyone let alone the first respondent. As a contender who did not make it to the highest office on the hand, he has nothing to benefit or lose when he works with the commission. That is so his alleged previous statements notwithstanding. The applicants make a statement about Professor Charity Manyeruke’s alleged membership of Zanu PF party. They produce no evidence which supports the same. No do they state with sufficient particularity how her alleged earlier views announced or unannounced would detract her from her work as a commissioner.

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One Comment on “High Court Defends Mnangagwa’s Appointment Of Madhuku And Manyeruke In Motlanthe Commission

  1. rubbish this pferrorist judge.madhuku announced on tv after 1 Aug that mdc alliance was to blame for the violence.So what is he doing on that panel if he already has a judgement.imboitayi zvichapera

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