“George Charamba’s Words Are Toxic. We Need West” – Terence Mukupe

Using his Twitter account today, the former deputy finance minister Terence Mukupe said this criticised George Charamba for using toxic language reminiscent of Mugabe days. Charamba is the presidential spokesperson.

Said Mukupe:

Mugabe days of toxic comments and blaming the British and Americans for everything that’s wrong with Zimbabwes Renaissance are back powered by George… We need the British and the Americans in as much as we need the Asians as shown by the reengagements efforts of President ED

Mukupe was referring to Charamba comments in yesterday’s newspapers which blamed the protests last week on an elaborate continent-wide plan by America to shape the politics of Africa.

Earlier this week, Mukupe said that he received death threats from a faction in Zanu-PF which was trying to oust President Mnangagwa via impeachment. Another party member, Mayor Justice Wadyajena, said he received similar threats after he refused to support he faction. He also claimed the plot had therefore been foiled.

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One Comment on ““George Charamba’s Words Are Toxic. We Need West” – Terence Mukupe

  1. George Charamba is in the wrong position. While our beloved President has travelled world wide to invite investors into Zimbabwe, his spokeman,s language is driving the ‘would be investors’ away. Please do something President ED about your spokeman. If you leave him in that position, then everything that you say as a.President, will mean nothing. Charamba sound like a ‘snake in the grass.’

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