Kusukuwere also implicated in similar unexplained murders; Chindori Chininga…
The political clock seems to be ticking very negatively upon the G40 faction as the cabal’s apparatchiks Saviour Kasukuwere and Supa Mandiwanzira are now the top suspects in the mysterious death of General Solomon Mujuru, husband to the former Zimbabwean Vice president Joice Mujuru; that is if the information below is a true account of what happened moments before Mujuru died in a house inferno.
A facebook post by one activist Eliot Pfebve can be for now be used as incriminating evidence and a disturbing account of what could have caused Solomon Mujuru’s death.
The facebook post reads as follows, “Saviour Kasukuwere and Supa Mandiwanzira were the 2 people who last saw Gen Solomon Mujuru alive, I can reveal.
“Gen Solomon Mujuru was seen watching cricket between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh on Sunday 14 August 2011, 12 hours before he died. The Gen was drinking a glass of Whisky, at the same time Supa Mandiwanzira in the company of Saviour Kasukuwere was seen keeping an eye on the General, it has been learned.
“Kasukuwere approached Gen Mujuru at approximately 1530 hrs on Sunday 14 August 2011 at Harare Sports Club, and soon the two started talking to each other. Supa Mandiwanzira kept a distance, he neither talked to the Gen Mujuru nor greeted him, the motive was not known.
“Gen Mujuru is said to have left the Harare Sports Club at around 1600 hrs, after the said conversation with Saviour Kasukuwere. Both Supa Mandiwanzira and Saviour Kasukuwere left the Bar immediately after Gen Solomon Mujuru, it is not known whether Mujuru was trailed afterwards but what is known is that Gen Mujuru died within 12 hours after meeting both Mandiwanzira and Kasukuwere.
“Contrary to initial reports that the Gen Mujuru could have been too drunk on the day of the fire, I can reveal that Solomon Mujuru was not visibly drunk at the time he left for home after meeting Kusukuwere and Mandiwanzira.
“Gen Solomon Mujuru was pronounced dead in a mysterious fire on Monday morning of 15 August 2011, exactly less than 12 hours after his encounter with Kasukuwere.
“This fresh information is certainly bound to ignite a debate on what exactly happened to Gen Solomon Mujuru? Is it true that the most decorated Zimbabwean soldier of our time would be killed by inferno caused by a candle after surviving ballistic missiles and weapons of mass destruction during the liberation struggle?
“Is it by coincidence that Kusukuwere, who have been implicated in similar unexplained murders, lately that of Chindori Chininga former Minister of Mines and other crimes against humanity would be the last person to talk to Gen Solomon Mujuru?
“Unless we name and shame the bad guys in our society, Zimbabweans will continue to be maimed, abducted, murdered and mysteriously disappear like Itai Dzamara and those before him too numerous to mention. Do you have further information to share with the Zimbabwean public regarding Itai Dzamara’s disappearance or the suspected murder of Gen Solomon Mujuru, and then contact me in confidence?” read Pfebve’s facebook post