Sun. Jun 23rd, 2024

Current sources show that the President of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa is planning on reaching out to the International Criminal Police Organization, the Interpol’s help, to have those that made crimes within Zimbabwe and later fled out of the country, back home for prosecutions.

Following the President’s decision, Jonathan Moyo, Saviour Kasukuwere and Patrick Zhuwao , the former President Mugabe’s nephew, are looked at as the prime individuals for the involvement of the Interpol.

Jonathan Moyo and Saviour Kasukuwere are reported to have flown out of the country to Kenya, during the incident when the military took over Harare and later on had the then President, Robert Mugabe resign, and replaced by Emmerson Mnangagwa.

Obert Mpofu, the Home Affairs Minister talking to the press, threw some light at the government’s move to have the criminals brought back home and down to the law.

‘We are doing everything possible to ensure that those that have committed crimes within Zimbabwe and are outside Zimbabwe are brought to book. If it means engaging Interpol, we will go that route,’ Obert Mpofu was quoted as saying.

‘The process is two-pronged, we are looking at the local investigations and the outside investigations and further outside investigations,’ he added. 

‘We are talking about all those that committed crimes in Zimbabwe. And if they committed crimes, they will be involved in this exercise. If those three are involved in crimes committed in Zimbabwe they will definitely be part of our investigations.’ 

During the President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s visit to South Africa last week, he stated that he had forgiven everyone who had done wrong in Zimbabwe, except the three members form G40. 

‘… I have forgiven the cabal and they are in the country except for only three who remain outside and still saying funny things, but all that will soon come to an end,’ Mnangagwa was quoted as saying.





















Reporter: Shamilah Namuddu


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