Private Jet Flies 11,330km To Pick Up ED For The 35-minute Trip To Bulawayo – Report

President Emmerson Mnangagwa summoned a private jet all the way from France to fly him the round trip to Bulawayo from Harare, a ZimLive report claims.

The jet, a Boeing 737 which costs US$30,000-per-hour, flew 11,330km to pick up President Mnangagwa for the short trip to Bulawayo and back to Harare.

The luxury jet is owned by Royal Jet of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and developed a technical fault in Lyon, France, last week just before President Mnangagwa was due to fly to Harare after he had attended the 6th replenishment conference.

Data from flight-tracking websites show that the jet, registration A6-RJX, left Lyon on Wednesday and flew straight to Harare to position for the 35-minute flight to the City of Kings and Queens.

President Mnangagwa flew to Bulawayo to attend the ZimTrade Annual Exporters’ Conference.

According to ZimLive, Mnangagwa has undertaken close to 40 foreign trips since seizing power in a military coup in November 2017 using expensive hired jets from UAE and Switzerland.

More: ZimLive


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3 comments on “Private Jet Flies 11,330km To Pick Up ED For The 35-minute Trip To Bulawayo – Report

  1. People are suffering ,don’t have food,medication in hospitals and ED hire luxury jet don’t even care for the citizen God is watching what goes around comes around you will pay

  2. The only carbon footprint he knows about was when Crocodile Ha-Rar-Re stepped on the carbonised remains of those poor povo he had incinerated in their villages. In the war he called them sell-outs. In Matabeleland after Independence he called them Ndebele dissidents & traitors.

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