Saturday, March 23, 2013

Some of the most mysterious deaths associated with the CIOs and the man renting at State House

Mugabe wishes no plurality of views within his private organization the Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front (Zanu PF), and he has always wanted a one party state. Zanu PF was not meant as a democratic group. It was formed as a vehicle for his triumph in power and wealth. Mugabe determines who should live, and who should die.

Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku 03/05/2017
Only a few months after retiring, CJ Chidyausiku succumbed to food poisoning. He died whilst admitted in a South African hospital. Writing on his twitter handle, one of Zanu PF's functionaries and former Chronicles Editor Cde Mduduzi Mathuthu said "CJ Chidyausiku apparently taken ill shortly after his farewell party, food poisoning suspected, never recovered" However, State House details have since started denying the possibility of "elimination by poisoning" stating that CJ Chidyausiku had cancer. Reasons for the elimination of former CJ are not yet known.

Amos Midzi (09/06/2015) Former Zanu PF Harare provincial chairman and Former Minister of Mines and Mining development's body was found in his car in the bush some kilometres away from his farm house. Amos is believed to have been killed for apparently knowing too much about the diamond and gold dealings, involving Grace Mugabe, Robert Mugabe and Emmerson Mnangagwa. Amos was allegedly working in cohort with Didymus Mutasa to bring down Zanu PF by divulging its shenanigans, especially in Diamond looting. Verdict: killed by Zanu PF for knowing too much and supporting Joyce Mujuru. Edward Chindori-Chininga who was heading a committee investigating the Chiadzwa Diamonds was killed in similar way before he even presented his report.

Simon Musanhu (14/01/2015) who was the Environment, Water and Climate Change deputy minister, according to his close associates, mysteriously "collapsed" and died at his home. He has been linked to a faction loyal to the ousted vice president, Joice Mujuru and had been rumoured to be one of the ministers who were set to be fired. The Central Intelligence Organisation accused Musanhu of campaigning for Joice Mujuru. The CIO claimed they have a secret recording naming him being part of a plan to oust Mugabe. Musanhu was related to ousted Didymus Mutasa.

Justice Wilson Sandura (11/03/15) Justice Sandura died at the Avenues Clinic in Harare where he was receiving treatment after being involved in a fake accident on the 27th of February 2015. Sandura was stand accused by Zanu PF of being the brains behind Didymus Mutasa's court application against Mugabe and Zanu PF. In 1989, he became prominent when he presided over a commission to investigate the abuse of office by government officials in acquiring motor vehicles through Willowvale motors. The high profile case became known as the Willowgate scandal.

19/08/2013 - Retired Air Commodore Mike Karakadzai died after the car he was travelling in hit a stray animal in Shangani and mysteriously swerved into the right lane, leading to his car being crashed by an oncoming haulage truck. Mike played a key role in arranging the Tremalt cobalt and copper deal, in which army generals looted DRC’s resources under the disguise of military intervention. Hundreds of Zimbabwean soldiers perished in that war, which only benefitted Zanu PF. Mike was at the verge of revealing of some the top secrets about how Zanu PF goons accumulated wealth looted from the DRC conflict at the expense of our soldier’s lives. His revelations where prompted by a report on Marange Diamonds, which the late Chindori Chininga’s was preparing. Mike died two months after Chindori.

Edward Chindori-Chininga 19/06/2013, murdered by Zanu PF, for exposing massive looting of diamond in Marange. Ed died in a mysterious car accident on his way from Raffingora to Guruve.

Herbert Chitepo (1975), ZANU leader, killed by car bomb in exile in Lusaka

Josiah Tongogara (1979), ZANLA leader, died in a car accident in Mozambique during return from exile.

Joseph Taderera (1984) killed in a car accident. Together with Rugare Gumbo and Henry Hamadziripi and Cletus Chigove, Joseph led a rebellion but they were later captured and imprisoned. He was imprisoned by ZANLA and subsequently handed over to the Mozambican authorities, and was to spend three years in detention in Nampula before returning to Zimbabwe at independence. On his return he initially refused to work with ZANU, but later he rejoined shortly before his death in a car accident.

Charles Tazvishaya (aka Lovemore Mawisa) (1986), personal private secretary to Prime Minister Mugabe, survived a gunshot wound to the head and then died in Parirenyatwa Hospital, Harare, a fortnight later, after his medical drip was detached from the source medication.

Rashiwe Guzha was a secretary in the Zimbabwean central intelligence office. She disappeared in the early 1990s and has not been found. An inquiry was set up by the Zimbabwean government but results of the inquiry were never made public.

Maurice Nyagumbo (1989), Minister for Mines, died from ingesting pesticide. It is allegedly claimed to be a looting deal involving the thief residing at State House that went wrong.

Enos "Mvuu" Chikoore alleged to have committed suicide following forced resignation due to massive looting at NICOZIM and the National Housing Scheme during his tenure a Minister of Transport and Minister of Energy and Public Construction and National Housing respectively. The looting was sanctioned by the man currently renting at State House.

Border Gezi (2001), Minister for Gender, Youth and Employment, died in a car accident.

Moven Mahachi (2001), Minister of Defence, died in a car accident.

Christopher Giwa, former University Student leader was assassinated by car crash. Before his death, Chris had been detained several times by the evil regime led by the “mumu” squatting at State House. Seven students were arrested on 25 October 1990 after students from the University of Zimbabwe demonstrated in Harare against a law, the University Bill, which places the university under the tight control of its Vice-Chancellor, who has executive responsibility for the running of the university, and the Minister of Education. Five of the students were released on 26 October 1990 but two, Christopher Giwa and Eric Nvundudu, President of the Students' Representative Council (SRC) and Secretary-General of the SRC respectively, remain in detention. Also on 26 October, three other students, Enoch Mhandhla, the Treasurer of the SRC, and two other student union members, Servias Sibanda and Kapofo, were detained when they went to inquire about the arrests of Christopher Giwa and the others. Chris died when his vehicle collided with a “black dog.”

Mthandazo Ndema Ngwenya, (1991) was assassinated by car crash. He was a novelist and academic,  He lost life in a mysterious car accident on the Bulawayo-Harare Road in 1991 together with another Ndebele-speaking academic known as Themba Nkabinde. They were accused of a conspiracy to revolt against the Zanu PF government through Imbovane Yamahlabezulu. Imbovane Yamahlabezulu was a radical pressure group that opened debates on the sensitive issue of the Fifth Brigade, putting pressure on the ZANU-PF government to be taken to account for the atrocities. The pressure group organised rallies and meetings where such political figures as Enos Nkala and others like Joseph Msika were invited

Elliot Manyika (2008), Minister Without Portfolio and National Political Commissar for ZANU-PF, died in a car accident.

Susan Tsvangirai (2009), wife of Morgan Tsvangirai, the new Prime Minister in the Government of National Unity, died in a car accident.

General Solomon Mujuru (aka Rex Nhongo) (August 2011), first post-Independence Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Armed Forces and husband of Vice President Joice Mujuru, died in a house fire which destroyed his farmhouse near Beatrice.

Lookout Masuku jailed together with Dumiso Dabengwa by the notoriuos Mugabe. He died in suspicious circumstances a few weeks after his release from prison

William Ndangana — a leader of the war of liberation and senior Zanu PF member — died near Nyazura in a car accident on 27 June 1989. He was buried at the National Heroes Acre.

Sydney “Donald” Malunga — a political activist, civic leader and outspoken Member of Parliament for Bulawayo’s Mpopoma constituency. He died on August 28, 1994 in a car accident. He was buried at the national shrine on September 3 of the same year.

Witness Rukarwa who became Governer of Mashonaland West died under dubious circumstances. He was involved in a serious accident and the car was all mashed up in the front but he who was a passenger in the back died but his driver survived.

Boss Peter Pamire died in a car crash in 1996. In July 1996 an operative of Mugabe’s dreaded Central Intelligence Organisation shot Pamire while he was driving from Harare International airport.

Edison Zvobgo (2004) - The Harvard trained lawyer and long time ally of Mugabe started criticising Mugabe's autocratic rule in the early 1990's. In 1996, he survived a car accident along Harare-Masvingo road. Both his legs were broken. Soon after the accident he was dropped from cabinet and this accident was considered suspicious by many. He had described the sweeping media laws as, "the most serious assault on our constitutional liberties since independence. He refused to campaign for Mugabe in 2002, but did not endorse Tsvangirai and his MDC.

Zororo Duri(1996) Car Accident (Killed on the same spot as Ndangana)

Brigadier General Paul Armstrong Gunda: Rail Road Accident.

Winston Changara (2007) - The long time bodyguard of Robert Mugabe was accused of meddling in the private affairs of the first family, especially Grace. It all started when Grace refused to go with him on a trip abroad alleging sexual overtures from the assistant commissioner bodyguard. Grace wanted to do away with him because she had seen him to potentially spill the beans about the First lady's infidelity. Changara died in a road car accident.

Cde Rwizi Ziyenge died on January 11, 1990 in a fake car accident near Marondera.

Nleya (1989) Captain Nleya's body was found on a hillside in Hwange, two months after he disappeared in suspicious circumstances from 1:2 Infantry Battalion in Hwange.

Army lieutenant Shepard Chisango died in custody in 1991, after also threatening to expose ‘smuggling’ activities in Mozambique. He was arrested after trying to obstruct an army lorry which was carrying what were believed to be smuggled goods from Mozambique.


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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

What about Cain Nkala?

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May your souls rest in peace. I glad someone out there is keeping tags on all these killings.... These people died in a quest to create a democratic country. Altarnun continua!!!!!!

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