A Herald Columnist has opined that the abducted doctor’s story after he was found on Thursday in Nyabira does not add up. The columnist penned:
Zimbabweans were definitely not amused by the way Dr Magombeyi professed ignorance of what exactly happened to him in his first interviews after he as “found”.
What was shocking to those who listened to the interviews was that Dr Magombeyi would remember everything else, including his name, his workplace and where he was, but when asked critical questions his answer was that he had lost memory.
This selective manner in which he carefully chose what to reveal, leaving the most important details that could give people pointers to what exactly happened to him leaves a lot of loopholes in his narrative.
Dr Magombeyi only indicated that he was taken to a basement and put on electric shocks, an old story used by many involved in fake abductions before in order to gain sympathy. But this time around, it seems Dr Magombeyi’s story has failed to stick.
The good doctor has a lot to explain and answer critical questions from Zimbabweans who have observed that his story does not add up and leaves a lot of gaps. We hope that the good doctor will sober up soon and tell the world the true story behind his so-called abduction
Dr Magombeyi who was abducted last Saturday night was found near Nyabira on Thursday evening, Some ruling party officials maintain he had a clean shave and a charged phone and was found near the US Embassy which seemingly insinuates that they believe the US embassy had something to do with his “Fake abduction”
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