Deputy Minister for Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Energy Mutodi said that the British government is confused when it comes to dealing with Zimbabwe.
He blamed the British for influencing the European Union to consider extending the sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe.
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In an interview on Sunday, Mutodi said:
The government is fully aware who is influencing the EU.
Far from the demonstrations and the alleged human rights abuses, the EU is under pressure from Britain to maintain sanctions against Zimbabwe.
The British government under Theresa May has shown confusion as to who to support in Zimbabwe between the government and the opposition.
They started well with ambassador (Catriona) Laing, but now with the coming of the new ambassador, the British are singing a new tune and have been issuing retrogressive statements.
However, we are clear as a government that we will not tolerate those who don’t tolerate us; we will not reciprocate with love, where there is no love.
We will work with Russia and China for our economic success.
Energy Mutodi is a controversial politician and former Deputy Minister of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting Services. Mutodi was fired from his job as deputy minister by Emmerson Mnangagwa on 20 May 2020. He is also a business person, Rhumba musician and an academic. He rose... Read More About Energy Mutodi