Jonathan Moyo Regrets Comments He Made In 2015 On Itai Dzamara’s Disappearance

While speaking to Magamba TV last week former cabinet minister Jonathan Moyo said he regrets the comments he made on Itai Dzamara’s disappearance in 2015. Moyo went on to say his comments were informed by the report he got from then Home Affairs Minister Kembo Mohadi who is now the Vice President.

Moyo said:

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Where is he, I wish I knew where he is, the record will show that when he disappeared in 2015, I was Minister of Information, and in May 2015 in an interview on Hard Talk, I made remarks about him or his whereabouts which were most unfortunate and very regrettable and I expressed my regret while I was still in government in June 2016

During the same interview with Magamba TV, Professor Jonathan Moyo also said Itai Dzamara who disappeared in March 2015 disappeared when President Mnangagwa was acting President.

Moyo who is in exile since the 2017 coup that toppled his boss former President Mugabe from power is also facing r_ape allegations after Sipho Mazibuko claimed he forced himself on her in 2010 allegations he has denied.

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6 comments on “Jonathan Moyo Regrets Comments He Made In 2015 On Itai Dzamara’s Disappearance

  1. in politics one does not need to be too fast like what the honourable was doing, look now he is regretting. On rape charges that is obvious that he fucked the innocent girl Mazibuko, and not only her but many including Pak Afro lead vocalist Youlith Ndlovu

  2. Pindula is controlled by ZanuPf, that’s why a lot of comments are never published. They probably wont even publish my comment.

  3. No need for regrets, because the country and the free world knows the real truth,ie Dzamara’s disappearance was State sanctioned.

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