Jonathan Moyo’s expose on Mnangagwa’s wealth backfires


Wellie Marihoho: ‏It sounds gud. They got money from DRC n made all these investments in this economy. Creating jobs for Zimbabweans. Very patriotic.

Qlemenci Makanya: this is exactly what is wrong with Zimbabwe

Man's Not Fizzy: ‏Can you also make a list of Mugabe's business interests, multiple farms and wealth? Don't forget to also share details your stolen wealth with us in the process

Pride Boweni:  We can even make his own list of businesses. Pple wl be surprised how much money this Jonono had/has

siyabonga sibbz: @ e  end  of  e  day  Zuva  & puma   are creating employment  4 many Zimbos out ther  and  u gotta  appreciate   e standard of  thoz  service stations. I  think  its   e  reflection  of  gud  leadership  kkkk

Daddy Farai: So If this is true, ED is the biggest employer in Zim. Big up to ED, ngazviende mberi.

Kudzai Mutisi: Wow… ED is actually a great BUSINESSMAN! Our Country needs a President who understands business… Let's support ED… Let's support him massively! This information has made me even eager to vote for ED!

justin matenda: U stole from the poor students and bought bicycles. Didnt u steal in kenya. Leave our President to usher in a new Zimbambwe #My President #ED has MY VOTE #MY ZIMBABWE

Man's Not Fizzy: Wakashanda na ED makore mangani Jonso, why didn't you say this when you were in government together? There is no honour amongst thieves

TafadzwaJKatsidzira: What you call systematic looting, I call dedicated entreprenuership. What you call proxying, I call empowering others through employment. What you call a political coup, I call political liberation.

Mkhipheni Dumani:  So Mugabe had all the information about ED and still kept him. I now believe ED and crew were right for removing him. Despite how ED got into power,kayekwe abuse,and we see where he takes us. Clearly Bob ubesephelelwe umphako.

Qlemenci Makanya: ‏RGM did that to keep them on a tight leash also it kept him in power

Mkhipheni Dumani: Serves him right. Then look what the pple whom he blvd were wrapped under his hand, did to him.

Fortune Mawire: I have reached one sad conclusion, there is honour of thieves amongst saints in Zimbabwe, the very people who have plundered our resources are being exonerated only because the whistle blower was once one of them. So sad sad sad

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