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Rumour: Mwonzora to be appointed minister by Mnangagwa

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Rumour: Mwonzora to be appointed minister by Mnangagwa. The revelation was made by senior journalist and former Daily News Editor Stanley Gama. Said Gama,”I have just been alerted that the MDC rebels led by Mwonzora have already told their friends that they will be ministers in a unity government with ZANU PF soon.”

Secretary-General of the MDC smaller faction Douglas Mwonzora has reportedly told his friends that he will be sworn in as a Minister by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

The scribe advised Mwonzora to slow down his political pace because he was bound to be disappointed.

“My bro, slow down, beware of jumping into a swimming pool without water. You will hit the concrete floor with your head.” In April, Mwonzora dismissed as malicious, social media claims he was keen on dragging MDC into a government of national unity with the ZANU PF led administration in an arrangement that would see him become Prime Minister.

“It has come to my attention that there are WhatsApp chats that have been thrown onto the social media purporting to be coming from me,” he said.”In those chats, an impression is being created that I am in discussions with the government in order to form a Government of National Unity in which I will be Prime Minister. The chats are fake and malicious.”

Source – Bulawayo24 News

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