Strive Masiyiwa Gave Zanu-PF USD 45 Million For Army Supplies In 2008, Jonathan Moyo Claims

Exiled Former Minister in Mugabe’s government, Jonathan Moyo, has claimed that Strive Masiyiwa helped fund Zanu-PF and supplies for the army in the 2008 presidential run-off.

Tweeting a thread that he said was meant to expose Masiyiwa “as a bundle of falsehoods” and a long time supporter of current president Emmerson Mnangagwa, Moyo said:

The 2008 election is considered the bloodiest election in Zimbabwe’s recent history. Hundreds of MDC-T supporters were allegedly murdered by Zanu-PF supporters.

Over the past several days, there have been exchanges between Strive Masiyiwa and Jonathan Moyo of social media, with Moyo’s twitter thread being the latest.

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4 comments on “Strive Masiyiwa Gave Zanu-PF USD 45 Million For Army Supplies In 2008, Jonathan Moyo Claims

  1. Finally is adding up… He may not have supported Mugabe but he is in with ED and explains why there’s no competition

  2. That is why Zanu Pf were able to get hold of indvidual telephone numbers and send them text messages during elections

  3. Some should now take econet to court. Reputational damage at stake.

    Lets wait for his responses. We are better judges, we will decide his fate better than any judges.

    That explain ecocash enrichment

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