I don’t know what Deputy Minister Tracy Mutinhiri did to warrant the treatment she’s getting at the hands of The Party, but something doesn’t seem right. The ex-wife of Brigadier-General Ambrose Mutinhiri is seeing fire, and it seems like she could be “recalled”.
I’ve tried to follow this story, cos I’m a pretty curious bugger especially when it comes to stories of the revolution eating its own. Some of it doesn’t make sense, though. The main problem is reliable sources, but reading today’s report on the matter in The Herald is doubly confusing.
One witness claimed that Cde Mutinhiri had arranged poultry projects for youths and women in the constituency to drum up her support.
She was also accused of abandoning the constituency.
Well now, “Sydney Kawadza Assistant Political Editor”, can you explain exactly how someone initiated projects in one breath, and then abandoned her constituency in the next? Please, get your thoughts in order.
In other general news (pun!) Solomon Mujuru apparently burnt to death in his farmhouse early this morning. I didn’t know the man, or much about him, but hey, nobody deserves to fecking BURN to death.
I wonder what started the fire? And who will be blamed for it.