Jonathan Moyo followers chide him for getting Chipanga in trouble and abandoning him


Robsonnyamuziwa responded: “of all the comments ahhh iyi yandipedza. but l strongly believe Proff knew kuti speech inokuvadzisa vakati rega nditumwe mwana kkkkkk witchcraft .”

Syl wrote back: “Kikiki Robson kutuma mpfanha  kunorova rovambira nembama”.

Chipanga is now facing charges of publishing or communicating false statements prejudicial to the State or alternatively causing disaffection among the police force or defence forces.

He was denied bail yesterday for his own safety as he might be lynched by the public and was remanded to 8 December.

It is not clear where Jonathan Moyo currently is. Some reports said he and former national political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere were picked up from Grace Mugabe’s “blue roof” mansion, but he tweeted that he and more than 50 others had left the country and were safe.

The tweet was removed from his timeline.

One of Moyo’s followers, Sanderson Makombe, yesterday challenged Moyo to return to the country and face charges.

“Mlevu, what did you say about ‘jumping the border?’ Be man enough and return. We need to talk about those bicycles and Zimdef money,” he taunted and retweeted a message Moyo posted when Emmerson Mnangagwa skipped the country because some people wanted to eliminate him.

Moyo tweeted on 8 November: “in terms of truth &justice, the law has a long arm which can reach anyone, everywhere, any time. You can run but you can’t hide!”

Moyo who tweeted twice yesterday later wrote: “No comment on this biblical truism. Matthew 25:52: “put your sword back in its place”, Jesus said to him, “for all who draw the sword will die by the sword.”

Parliamentarians last week cited Mugabe’s protection of Moyo and Kasukuwere from justice as one of the reasons why they wanted to impeach him.



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