Some of the alleged criminals now surrounding Mnangagwa

Some of the alleged criminals now surrounding Mnangagwa
Published: 07 December 2017 (752 Views)
Zanu PF Chairperson for the United Kingdom Chapter Nick Mangwana has lamented that some of the alleged criminals whom the military claimed to be targeting which they forced the changed of leadership in government and Zanu PF are now surrounding the new president which might mean the nation is still at square one.

 President Emmerson Mnangagwa has since appointed the new cabinet among them Obert Mpofu now the Home Affairs Minister who has been labelled as having been amassed wealth through corruption when he was the Mine and Mining Minister under Robert Mugabe's administration.

"We are back:

"Some of the people perceived as criminals are now going to surround the new President. So were the people conned into believing there was a cleaning exercise taking place or it was just a ruse to buy them into internal Zanu-PF politics?" said Mangwana.

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