Prof Jonathan Moyo Speaks On Army Assassination Attempts

More than two weeks after the removal of former Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe in the Operation Restore Legacy launched by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, former Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo has finally opened the lid on the assassination attempts on his life by the Zimbabwe National Army.

Writing in on Tuesday morning, Jonathan Moyo took to twitter again.

Members of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Lacoste faction accuse Prof Jonathan Moyo of being the stronghold and the brains behind the former First Lady, Grace Mugabe.

For this reason, the Zimbabwe army generals had since last year been warning Moyo in the media that they would soon attack him a development that led to the military take-over of government between the 13th and 15th November 2017.

Moyo showed pictures of his house allegedly shot into several times by semi-automatic weapons.

Latest reports suggest that military personnel who raided his house on the 13th November, came back again last week.

 

“What would you do if you & your family survived a 2am-15 minute ZDF attack on your house with 7 children one of them 12 years old, by 25 SAS snippers with semi automatic weapons; randomly firing tracer bullets & stun grenades? Is this the New Justice? New Dawn? New Era? New Zim?

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