Joice Mujuru: ‘I was a Caring, Uniting Mother not a Violence Goddess’

Harare – Discarded former Zimbabwean Vice President, Joice Mujuru believes she is the 'missing link' as infighting escalates within the ruling party. 

Contrary to what her distractors supposed to expedite her discharge from Zanu PF, Mujuru is persuaded she did nothing wrong, despite accusations of witchcraft and being power hungry.

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Years later, one of the prominent cheerleaders during her accusations, Emmerson Mnangagwa is facing almost similar charges.

“The events taking place in Zanu PF give credence to the adage that “what goes around comes around.

“Clearly, the unrestrained onslaught on Mnangagwa and his supporters is a free lesson to all willing to learn the politics where Mugabe and his wife only use their supporters when it suits the matrix of the Gushungo dynasty,” Mujuru reveled in a recent interview with the weekly Standard.

Mujuru responded to charges of witchcraft that have replayed in the succession debacle within the ruling party.
Joice Mujuru in Court 

“It smacks of hypocrisy and deceit of the highest order that when Mugabe and wife accuse others of attempted murder and witchcraft, they do so recklessly, with their blind followers ululating and clapping hands like kindergarten kids notwithstanding the devastating consequences of defaming and demeaning one’s social standing.

“Regrettably, the likes of Mnangagwa celebrated when I was being maligned because in his view, an opportunity had arisen for him to be the shoo-in successor to Mugabe,” added, the now opposition leader.

Mujuru, now leading a low profile lifestyle attacked the first lady’s assault on South African model last month, saying people missed Sally Mugabe, the original first lady.

“Events in South Africa and the eventual allegations of use of an extension cord by Grace were unfortunate, to say the least. A first lady who always chides grown up men and women during rallies exposes to the world the type of a first lady the country has. We definitely miss our departed Sally,” she recollected.

Even though outside the party, Mujuru has insider information within the ruling party, stating there is no peace. She claims she was unifier mother figure before her unceremonious departure.

“Why is it that since the day Mujuru left the Zanu PF party has not known peace? Very simple, I was indeed a caring and uniting mother and not a goddess of violence. Come 2018, Zimbabweans have an opportunity to stop the Gushungo dynasty,” confirmed Mujuru.

On Mnangagwa, Mujuru implored the veteran politician quit and join opposition ranks.

“As for Ngwena, it’s time to resign and openly join colleagues in the trenches of the electoral battle against this ill-fated dynasty. Free advice comrade is that no matter how you hope to continue putting lipstick on a frog hoping that it will become a queen, it won’t.”

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