‘Allegations against Mohadi to die a natural death’

UNIVERSITY of Zimbabwe lecturer and political analyst Eldred Masunungure said there was a likelihood that other governments internationally would lose confidence in the local leadership especially considering that the leaked audios suggested that Vice President Kembo Mohadi was luring the women into his office.

Mohadi on Wednesday denied the allegations, accusing his political detractors of hacking his mobile phone and cloning his voice in audios between him and married “girlfriends” that went viral since last week.

He claimed political enemies were seeking his demise through fabricating lies.

Said Masunungure: “After listening to the audios, one is forced to conclude that instead of planning and thinking of implementing policies to address the various problems affecting the country, leaders are busy seeking personal sexual gratifications which do not benefit the citizens,” Masunungure said.

“After that exposé, who would want to commit his or her precious time talking about important business issues with such a leader? Where there is smoke there is fire.”

He added: “Although he (Mohadi) dismissed the allegations, there are still many unanswered questions with regard to the alleged sex scandals. If political enemies wanted to attack him, why choosing a sex scandal as the weapon?”

Masunungure said Mohadi could not be investigated by the government because the sex scandal was “rooted within the government”.

He said: “The allegations are going to die a natural death. Any attempt to investigate him will open a can of worms on rampant sexual abuse amongst top government officials. The wisest decision to deal with the matter was for him to resign or that he is fired from the government.”

On Wednesday while addressing journalists, Mohadi said he appreciated the support he was given by his colleagues after the leaked audio went viral on social media.

He also said he would remain in office, unless President Emmerson Mnangagwa, the appointing authority, thought otherwise.

“If anything is going to happen, it is going to be His Excellency (Mnangagwa) who is going to determine my future,” he said. 🔺

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