Writing for Nehanda Radio, an opinionist, Lloyd Msipa said these are the questions Zimbabwe should be asking about Marry Chiwenga’s case:
- Where did she get one million US dollars to externalise?
- How did she manage to externalise such large amounts of money, what does that say about our institutions?
- What does that say about Zimra at the airport?
- What does that say about the Reserve Bank?
- What does that say about our laws as a country?
- Is the law for the poor and less influential?
- What about operation ‘mari wakaiwana kupi’.
- How is it that others can exit with one million dollars?
- What happened to austerity for prosperity?
- Where is Priscilla Misihairabwi?
- Where are the Fadzayi Mahere’s of this world?
- Why is everyone so afraid to speak?
- Does it matter that she was/is the General’s wife?
- Are rights not meant to be rights no matter who the person is?
- Is it not that Mary Chiwenga’s crime is telling her relatives of the woes of her marriage?
- On behalf of women out there, it is a crime to complain about the size of the anatomy of your man?
- What is exactly happening at the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe?
- Is it really about Mary or is it that our institutions are weak?
- By getting the anti-corruption commission to take sides in a domestic dispute, what precedent does it set
- What happens tomorrow when she falls out with the Foreign Affairs minister Sibusiso Moyo, her husband. Will it be okay when the same treatment is metered out to her?
- Let’s take it a little further up. What will happen when Auxilia Mnangagwa, the First Lady falls out with her husband, will it be okay if President Mnangagwa uses independent institutions to settle domestic issues?
- What happens if there is an investor dispute?
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