Video: Japajapa, Jim Kunaka Appear Before Motlanthe Commission

Opposition politicians Paddington Japajapa and Jim Kunaka are appearing before the Kgalema Motlanthe chaired Commission of Inquiry into the August 1 post election violence.

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa is expected to appear before the commission which resumed public hearings today. The Commission is conducting hearings at Cresta Hotel in Harare. Below is a video courtesy of ZimEye:

Paddington JapajapaJim Kunaka

Paddington Japajapa is a Zimbabwean Evangelist, board chairman of the Dancers Association of Zimbabwe and political activist allegedly aligned to the MDC Alliance party. Japapa was invited by The Motlanthe Commission to give testimony over the post-election violence that resulted in 6 people dying. Read More About Paddington Japajapa

Jim Kunaka is a politician and National Patriotic Front member. He's a former ZANU PF youth leader mostly known for having led a violent youth group called Chipangano, which meted out violence on opposition party members in Harare. In 2018, when he appeared before the... Read More About Jim Kunaka

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  1. godfrey chikowore Reply

    Commission institutionalization acceptable……however does it make the panacea to the historical challenges Zimbabwe is facing or makes another fairly window dressing creation. what exactly are its benefits to the neglected lot of Zimbabweans in rural and urban communities seated without jobs and no answer for themselves and chn in the future?

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