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“Malaba Likely To Bounce Back As Vice President”

Mnangagwa Extends 70 year-old Chief Justice Malaba's Term By 5 More Years

“Malaba Likely To Bounce Back As Vice President”

A former ZANU PF MP has warned against celebrating the removal of Chief Justice Luke Malaba saying he might soon be promoted to the position of Vice President.

Hon Killed Zivhu said this just after the High Court nullified Emmerson Mnangagwa’s re-appointment of him. Malaba turned 70 yesterday which means he cannot take another term according to the constitution and despite Mnangagwa changing the laws, he cannot benefit from the new amendment.

The High Court yesterday passed verdict that he is no longer the Chief Justice his term having expired on Friday night.

Zivhu’s comment comes at a time when it was speculated that Malaba is now busy consulting a new career possibly in the ZANU PF party.

Commenting on the development, Zivhu said of Malaba who is from Matebeleland, that he could bounce back as Zimbabwe’s Vice President, to replace the disgraced Kembo Mohadi who was fired over a scandal involving women an minors.

Said Zivhu: “Those who are celebrating Mr Luke Malaba judgement, stop getting overly excited, the guy might be your vice President tomorrow.”

Efforts to get a comment from State House were fruitless at the time of writing.

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