Your attempts to try and present me as having been a recipient of your idol's dishonoured cheques are undermining the intelligence of the Mthwakazian people who have the ability to read and analyse posts. Your actions only serve to reveal that you hallucinate of nothing other than discrediting those who hold an opposite view by misrepesenting their views. Something which your idol Prof Cde Min Rt Hon Jonathan Moyo is exclusively notoriously known.
Let's get one thing straight. I am not a politically promiscuous individual and will NEVER find myself in bed with Zanu (PF) for whatever reason. I have been tried and tested and believe me son no amount of money can redirect my robust views.
I am sorry that I tend to give you sleepless nights but it's not my fault that your Zanu bed fellows do not provide you with the comfort you so desperately require.
</font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif"> From The Daily News, 13 SeptemberMoyo quizzed over bounced cheques
Bulawayo - Senior Zanu PF officials, including the Vice-President, Joseph Msika, have asked the Minister of State for Information and Publicity, Jonathan Moyo, to explain dishonoured cheques issued to hundreds of people in Bulawayo in the run-up to last weekend?s mayoral and council ward elections.
At a stormy provincial executive meeting in Bulawayo last week, Moyo is said to have threatened to walk out in protest. Apart from the cheques issued to residents in his charitable forays, Moyo was also warned to "stop causing chaos" in the party by making haphazard decisions without consulting top party officials. Moyo is apparently being blamed for Zanu PF?s massive electoral defeat in the elections. The MDC won all the seven municipal ward elections and the mayoral poll.
Senior Zanu PF officials said Moyo was behaving like a "loose cannon" and had flouted every standing party rule in his bid to position himself as the most popular politician in Matabeleland. At the meeting, Msika heard how war veterans and top party officials were opposed to Moyo spearheading the party?s campaign which ended in defeat when Zanu PF lost by 60 988 to 12 783 votes in the mayoral contest. The heavy loss is said to have caused panic and anguish within the ruling party. Moyo distributed more than $1 million in cash and issued cheques to community groups and individuals. The money was said to be for projects and black empowerment. Members of the opposition said the exercise was a vote-buying gimmick.
Moyo has remained tight-lipped on the source of the money. Several cheques issued by Moyo for projects are said to have been dishonoured by the banks. Some of the cheques were post-dated to well after the elections. "These young men in the party are causing a lot of chaos," said a senior Zanu PF official. "Moyo was in Bulawayo distributing money without an invitation from the party. It is basically the reason why we lost. He is unpopular with the people. I am glad Msika knows it." Joseph Chinotimba, the self-styled commander-in-chief of farm invasions and war veterans? leader, was barred from leading Zanu PF?s campaign in the city. At the same time, Moyo was slapped with an order to stop distributing money which Zanu PF officials said made the party look "cheap". Moyo defied the order and, two days before the elections, doled out a total of $400 000 to unemployed youths and women in Tshabalala suburb. A few days before the elections, party officials said Moyo attempted to outshine top provincial officials and barred provincial chairman, Jabulani Sibanda, from giving Msika a briefing on the campaign. But Msika is understood to have snubbed Moyo and maintained he was acting "out of bounds". Msika, sources said, preferred to talk to the party?s acting secretary for the commissariat, Dr Sikhanyiso Ndlovu. Ndlovu could not be reached for comment yesterday.
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