VP Chiwenga Airlifted To South Africa For Treatment – Report

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga was reportedly flown to South Africa for medical attention on June 23. He has not seen in public for over a month now.

He was airlifted to India for treatment last month, which was the second time he had been to the Asian subcontinent this year.

Reports indicate that he was possibly poisoned through portable water delivered to his home.

ZimLive sources revealed that on his return from his second trip to India on June 9, Chiwenga ordered that a borehole be sunk as a matter of urgency at his Borrowdale mansion. Said the sources:

He has told those closest to him that he believes he was poisoned through water delivered to his home. He wanted a borehole sunk quite quickly. It was a herculean job, but they did find water at a depth of over 220 meters.

VP Chiwenga was on 18 June appointed the Acting President when President Emmerson Mnangagwa left the country for Mozambique.

However, the former army commander was not at the airport to see off the President. Even on President Mnangagwa’s return, the VP was also absent.

ZimLive was told that Chiwenga is in a critical condition and has become unrecognisable.

More: ZimLive

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2 comments on “VP Chiwenga Airlifted To South Africa For Treatment – Report

  1. May the Grace of our Lord be upon you. Get well in the name of Jesus VP.
    God loves you . You need to acknowledge Him as your redeemer. Amen.

  2. We thought we had found a redeemer only to realise we had someone who was persuing his selfish dream of being a president of Zimbabwe. Mugabe never at one point fire doctors and nurses leaving the citizens at risk of dying like what Chiwengs did. They themselves seek medical attention in countries where the doctors and nurses are well paid and hospitals well equiped but you fire your own for demanding a decent life. Zimbabweans are good citizens with a good heart but Zanu pf has inflicted pain and and anger upon us to the point of wishing people like u bad omen, we are simply saying maybe without people like u, zimbabwe might become a better place again, with leaders who are sensitive to the plight of their subjects.

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