Grace Mugabe must be investigated, says Zimbabwe’s former finance minister
November 19, 2017
By Wallace Mawire
Zimbabwe’s former Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said that Grace
Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s first lady should be investigated for crimes she
Chinamasa made the remarks at a solidarity rally held by the
country’s war veterans in Harare in a bid to oust long-standing
President Robert Mugabe from power.
The solidarity rally was attended by thousands of Zimbabweans from
across the country, including opposition party supporers.
Chinamasa could not be drawn to explain more on the crimes he
referred to in his solidarity speech.
Chinamasa was appointed minister responsible for cyber security in
recent cabinet appointments by Mugabe and is a lawyer by profession.
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