Prof Moyo speaks on Zanu PF rigging

HARARE - A former Cabinet minister who was at the centre of Zanu PF’s power-retention strategies between 2000 and November 2017 has sensationally claimed that the ruling party has devised an elaborate plan to rig next month’s elections.

Comments (14)

2000 to 2017 mr j moyo where were you you think zimbabweans are fools

ed - 14 June 2018

2000 to 2017 mr j moyo where were you you think zimbabweans are fools

ed - 14 June 2018

UTTERANCES OF A VERY ,VERY BITTER,DISAPPOINTED FORMER STRONG MAN WHO LOST EVERYTHING

Caleb Garati - 14 June 2018

Please let us not ignore what jona is saying,this is very sensible ,it's better to approach US and Israel to intervene in order to counter for Chinese experts. This is our time to see a new day. Please Mdc officials take this advice

facts - 14 June 2018

frustration ......I ges

nick - 14 June 2018

A clear case of sour grapes for Musoro bhangu Jona.

GoldFinger - 14 June 2018

Jonathan... looking for relevance. tokuziya

Shingi - 14 June 2018

It is indisputable that ZANU rigged the 2008 and 2013 elections and got away with it. Where in the world would you get anyone in the over seventy per cent of the population bracket living in absolute poverty voting for a party or candidate that is the architect of that deplorable state of affairs. It really defies logic that anyone would be motivated to vote a party like ZANU into power in this day and age, if given the free and unimpeded will to do so. Jonah might not know exactly how the rigging is done but it is happening and his opinion might just be the tip of the iceberg. I hope the opposition will also focus on and articulate the bread and butter issues that affect the poverty stricken electorate to complement their concerns regarding the technical intricacies of rigging.

Jaikolu Maison - 14 June 2018

My party MDC Alliance take this seriously jona is on point and just arrive in time please hidd the call this time God is lighting everything to everyone kuti tiwone zanu inoenda rwendo runo they will get 20% of votes from laggards we are educated enough tave kuvaziva

don - 14 June 2018

They were not doing rallies hoping that this will not come out,now God intervenes you will breath fire come 30 july we will trounce you hands down

don - 14 June 2018

I subscribe to Johnso's exposure of rigging by zanu pf . think of it their candidates who lost in the primaries are going to stand as zanu pf candidates in the elections . If they were rejected by the people , it means with or without voting , they are going to win . Food for thought . There is massive rigging already underway , we won't be surprised if Mutsvangwa wins in Norton where he lost in the primaries . Voted by who . Now that this has been published in the daily papers , no elections without all the reforms .

Knox - 14 June 2018

Crawl back to the hole where you have just from Jonathan. You are a political chameleon who is now 'spilling' the beans of rigging. Your mouth was firmly shut when this charade suited you. What a waste of space.....

George - 15 June 2018

Daily news and your Fungi Kwaramba , please be serious with us . Jonathan Moyo is not news and is not relevant in the current political arena . Get us real news and not the rubbish about Jonathan Moyo . If you are running short of news you can leave some blank spaces than tell us about Jonathan moyo . Thank you in advance .

Hayibo. - 15 June 2018

What Jonathan Moyo is saying is consistent with events on the ground. We must act otherwise ZANU PF will still the election as usual.

Taneta - 16 June 2018

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