The Main Reason Why Mutodi Was Fired – More Details Emerge


The Main Reason Why Mutodi Was Fired – More Details Emerge

Harare – Garrulous, controversial, foul-mouthed former deputy minister, Dr. Energy Mutodi, stood out as truly newsworthy a few weeks ago when he met his fate as the Zimbabwean president, Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa dismissed him from his ministerial position.

As indicated by the reports reaching Mail & Telegraph from Zimbabwe Independent, Foreign Affairs Minister, Sibusiso Moyo directly approached president Mnangagwa and vowed to resign from his post if his demands were not met shortly before a meeting which was scheduled on Wednesday seven days prior.

Contrary to public belief, the former minister was not really axed because of his Twitter rants he made following the abduction, torment, and rape of MDC Alliance youth leaders Joana Mamombe, Cecilia Chimbiri, and Netsai Marova by supposed state security agents.

According to Mutodi, the three MDC energetic pioneers met their catastrophe following a dating binge that turned out badly with their darlings, sparking outrage from his devotees and critics across social media.

 “They parked their car at a police station for safety, but tragedy struck when they demanded foreign currency for their services,” claimed Mutodi.

Based on the statement which was perused on the state-run Zimbabwe Broadcasting Cooperation news bulletin, it was clear the connection between the two fat cats had moved to an unheard-of level and there was a fire on the mountain as Moyo clarified that the government was separating itself from the tirades made by Mutodi and added that they were his own perspectives.

However, the disgruntled Mutodi did not waste time and wrote a two-page letter in which he lashed out at Moyo, blaming him for acting like a prime minister when the nation’s constitution doesn’t accommodate such a position.

Mutodi was additionally not in good terms with Information minister Monica Mutsvangwa and the ministry’s permanent secretary Nick Mangwana.

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