Chronicle: Mnangagwa Started Kidnappings In Nov 1980
18 August 2020
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The government owned Chronicle newspaper reports how ZANU PF leader Emmerson Mnangagwa began kidnappings back in November 1980.


Mnangagwa is accused of a string of abductions that have happened in the last 5 years.

The report dated 22 November 1980, says:
POLICE are holding some people In Bulawayo and Salisbury for investigation, a Government spokesman announced today. They are being held on the orders of the Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office, Mr Emmerson Mnangagwa who is in charge of state security. A brief official statement today said: “Some people are being held in Salisbury and Bulawayo for Investigation. They are being held by police special branch on the orders of the Minister of state in the Prime Minister’s Office.”

The Minister of Home Affairs, Mr Joshua Nkomo, who is also the leader of ZAPU, said nine top officials of his party had been rounded up. At a news conference at his home in Highfield, Salisbury, Mr Nkomo said seized were: Mr Mark Nziramasanga…the secretary for information and publicity; Mr Sidney Malunga, MP for Matabeleland North; Mr C Z Moyo, the party’s Parliamentary Whip; Mr Richard Ndlcrvu, Mr Dan. Mabusa, Mr Charles Sigangatsha, Mrs Zodwa Sibanda, Mr Fletcher Dulini.