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Professor Moyo continues with his rants: ZANU PF is bleeding from inside

Professor Moyo continues with his rants: ZANU PF is bleeding from inside.

“Deja vu. Bogeyman politics. When Zanu-PF is internally bleeding from the wounds of its internal wars, as it internally bled last January after Mnangagwa’s suicidal fuel price hikes, it always invents an external enemy whom it accuses of plotting demonstrations to incite violence.”

Jonathan Moyo rubbishes Muchinguri claims on Tongo death bookExiled Professor Jonathan Moyo says ZANU PF is bleeding from inside hence it is panicking and warning, MDC leader Nelson Chamisa from engaging in violent demonstrations.

Some Twitter users put the Professor to the task and accused him of being the author of the ZANU PF political manual. Moyo refuted the allegations and said he was always a junior minister in the government of President Robert Mugabe.

“I’m not a Zanu-PF stockholder. From 2000 to 2004, I was derided as a junior minister and a mafikizolo. And from 2013 to 2017 I was labelled a devil incarnate, war deserter and CIA spy on a mission to destroy Zanu-PF from within. I know their book because I’m a student of politics.”

ZANU PF has Chamisa over his utterances and asked him to explain why the country must be closed.

“Now tell us. If you were to shut down the country, what benefits accrue to the ordinary Zimbabwean? (Well besides your political expediency) we mean real benefits to the citizens. “Help us with sensible answers. Maybe we may be convinced and shut it down together.”

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