Chamisa has refused to be stampeded into the ‘Gold Mafia’ mess
Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa has refused to be stampeded into the “Gold Mafia” mess following talk the opposition chief and lawyer once defended one of the culprits and has kept curious silence over the horrifying scandal.
He was speaking in an interview with a local publication.
Gold Mafia is the screaming title of a recent Al Jazeera documentary by undercover journalists who craftily extracted information about gold smuggling and money laundering modus operandi by political elites and their cronies.
Zimbabwe ambassador at large and preacher Uebert Angel, Zimbabwe Miners Federation boss Henrietta Rushwaya, the first family, gold dealer Ewan MacMillan, and business tycoon Simon Rudland feature in the documentary.
Chamisa was recently named by presidential spokesperson George Charamba as one of Rutland’s lawyers, prompting speculation his silence was due to his alleged association with the businessman.
The opposition leader argued his critics were barking up the wrong tree, insisting the buck stops with President Emmerson Mnangagwa as national leader.
“I am not Emmerson (Mnangagwa). I am Nelson; Mnangagwa is the one who is presiding over this nation and therefore fingers have to point at him because he has the responsibility and the accountability,” Chamisa said.
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