Deputy Minister Mutodi Mocks MSU, Sparks Controversy On Twitter

In a deleted tweet that sparked so much controversy on Twitter, Deputy Minister for Information, Publicity & Broadcasting Services insinuated that MSU was a college for those with a low IQ. Mutodi was addressing on Twimbo who had said he felt sorry for his friends who are so proud of their Alma Mata University Of Cape Town. He further went on to say he was considering applying for a PHD there but was having second thoughts.

Mutodi responded to that tweet by saying:

UCT is Africa’s best university. You can apply but you certainly don’t qualify judging by your IQ. Try MSU instead.

Current and former MSU students descended on the Deputy and said a lot of things. Twimbos said:

The fact that he is a government minister and is speaking against an institution of the same state he’s an official of is totally lost on him. If there was an IQ test result we needed to assess this court jester’s eligibility for public office, I’m glad that we now have it.

I repeat once again, Energy Mutodi is not only a liability to government but a liability to his own country. It’s unfortunate that the supposed to be energetic minister has energy to diss his own institutions. (The endai Chirau, the Zanu PF Youth League’s secretary for administration)

Minister Mutodi must apologise to the Chancellor of MSU President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the nation for the comments he made. This is shocking to say the least.

The Deputy Minister in the past called Ndebele people foreigners and also labelled an opposition lady who was assaulted a prosti_ut_.

More: Zimlive

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2 comments on “Deputy Minister Mutodi Mocks MSU, Sparks Controversy On Twitter

  1. He is right these MSUs will enrol every tom and dick regardless of entry qualifications as long as the cash is there and a pass is guaranteed with those bought projects and ‘copy and paste’ assignments, thats why these graduates fail to fit in in the real working world where sound debates and arguments are tested and practical solutions required. Mutodi you are are right on this one.

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