ZANU PF secretary for Information, Ambassador Simon Khaya Moyo has claimed to have great confidence in the local health services saying that is why he got medical attention locally for his undisclosed ailment.
Moyo has not appeared in the public for a long period of time prompting some to speculate that he had gone to India for medication. Posting on Twitter on Wednesday, however, Moyo claimed he got medical treatment locally. He said:
I would like to once again thank all those who had me in their prayers during my time off. Rumours that I wanted to travel to India to seek medical treatment are lies. I have 100% confidence in our medical services, which is why l get all my treatments locally. Thank you.
This is happening when some of the political elites in the country, including Vice President Constantino Chiwenga have previously come under fire for seeking medication overseas when they are allegedly responsible for the collapse of the local public health sector.
Some members of the public expressed some satisfaction following the imposition of coronavirus-induced lockdowns globally which barred international travelling saying the political elites would now get treatment from the institutions they despised.