Mangwana: Political Players Being Eliminated In Hospitals

The Permanent Secretary of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Nick Mangwana, has said there are theories suggesting that some professional doctors are deliberately killing political players.

He made the remarks on Twitter after one of his followers had alleged that some doctors were violating their professional ethics. One Big Energy had said:

Some of your doctors are acting like mini Josef Mengele,s no ethics.. can you ensure you deal with the issue, saw some lawyer today asking about code of conduct, how do we trust buggers who threaten to withdraw oxygen based on party one supports? Show my tweet to the General he will sort it!

In response, Mangwana said he had made a follow-up on the matter to discover that there were theories which suggest that some doctors were killing some politicians. He said:

I followed that. This is what’s leading to the unfortunate conspiracy theory that there are certain political players being eliminated in hospitals by political activists hiding behind medical qualifications.

he “purported doctors brought it up. Not me. Others connected the dots, I amplified.”

Mlambo insisted that since Mangwana was the government Spokesperson’s he must not “amplify gossip or conspiracy theories. You communicate government’s position on issues.” Mangwana responded:
Didn’t those doctors give clear indicators? If you were a political player from a certain political party would you agree to be admitted to a hospital where those doctors work. They should be found and made to account and everyone who share their warped thinking.
Mlambo weighed in saying Mangwana was making “very serious allegations, with far-reaching consequences. I hope you have the proof PS!”
Mangana said he had “tweets from certain “doctors” that’s the entry point. They should explain themselves. Thanks for giving this legs. I am sure before the end of the day we will hear something from the @PoliceZimbabwe.” Mlambo said:
The @SeniorDoctors and @ZadhrDoctors should be involved. This issue has the potential to put the entire health sector into jeopardy.

Mangwana’s remarks come amid reports that some political elites including Vice President Constantino Chiwenga prefer getting medical attention abroad as they fear their political opponents might shorten their lives.

Unverified reports also suggest that the ruling ZANU PF has been using medical doctors to kill politicians from the opposition.

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6 comments on “Mangwana: Political Players Being Eliminated In Hospitals

    1. When Tsvangirai got ill u said it was a natural illness, now it’s your turn u say it’s the doctors. Imi tikwanirei apa. Ifai mushe.

  1. Hayi i surrender.So called leadership is smoking some dirty socks.Ordinary ppl are aslo dying so what?It just speaks to the broken down infrastructure.You thought you are immune from death well welcome..

  2. Trust and confidence is very important in any relationship, more so in a fiduciary relationship. It not so much about what mangwana said that matters in light of our future but the principles which governs our norms as a people. Equality in our society. Mangwana and her Boss broke covid-19 rules by holding Monica Mutsvagwa’s birthday party. Collective responsibility or personal responsibility demands that someone should pay with their jobs. Unfortunately the President is not going to act on this matter. The president aught to understand that mangwana is trying to deflect attention from the fact that he broke covid-19 rules and the resulting effect of his action is the death of our fellow countryman. Mangwana knows that a Commoner, a DJ, just but a citizen by name was taken to prison for breaking Covid-19 rules.

  3. I didn’t know that zanu of thugs are also scared to die ,if that’s the case then why do you kill? remember what goes around comes around it’s your turn now to face the music stop being crybabies and face what you started vele we don’t fell pity for you thugs,I hope the whole zanu cabinet goes 6feet down viva covid viva

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