Jonathan Moyo, Kasukuwere Mocked On International Refugees Day

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A staunch Zanu-PF supporter and self-proclaimed son of President Emmerson Mnangagwa has used the occasion of the International Refugees Day to mock fugitive former Cabinet Ministers Jonathan Moyo, Walter Mzembi, Patrick Zhuwao and Saviour Kasukuwere who are in exile.

The United Nations set June 20 each year as the day dedicated to raising awareness of the situation of refugees throughout the world.

Writing on social media, Frank Onesimo Ziyambi, a strong supporter of President Mnangagwa, said: “Today is International Refugees Day. Let’s remember them. Havana kuzvida. Chakawana hama hachisekwi. They still have rights. Enjoy your special day Cdes.”

Ziyambi proceeded to caption his message with a photo of the self-exiled former G40 functionaries.

Except for Zhuwao, the former Cabinet Ministers are wanted in Zimbabwe to stand before the courts for various charges ranging from fraud to abuse of office and corruption.

Kasukuwere skipped bail and recently lost his holiday home in Nyanga which he had tendered as part of his bail conditions.

The State is also moving with speed to try and rope in Interpol to help apprehend Mzembi who is reported to be in South Africa.

Former Minister of Tourism and Hospitality Industry Walter Mzembi, who is understood to be holed up in South Africa, is reportedly attempting to change his name to John Maleti to evade arrest and repatriation back to Zimbabwe.

The former Masvingo South MP (Zanu-PF) is wanted by Zimbabwean courts to stand trial on charges of theft of trust property involving $1,6 million. 

Jonathan Moyo and Zhuwao skipped the border in November 2017 when former President Robert Mugabe was deposed in a military coup. Moyo is active on social media and the State has pending charges against him. — ZOOMZimbabwe

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