Mnangagwa Rape Expose’ Relieves Susan Mutami
28 July 2022
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By-Susan Mutami says she is now a relieved person after speaking out on the abuses she endured at the hands of President Emerson Mnangagwa.

The Australian-based Zimbabwean health worker says she had lifted a massive burden by revealing her alleged sexual abuse by President Emmerson Mnangagwa when she was a minor.

Mutami said this in a statement Thursday.

Below is her full statement:

Beyond me reporting my rape case to the nearest Police Station in my country of Residence, this issue assumes a life of its own which compels me to allow due process to take its own course.

I have taken a huge burden off my shoulders by sharing publicly my ordeal and am very grateful for the empathy and sympathies coming from across the globe, your tears and messages of solidarity have been very consoling and I continue to appreciate your messages of encouragement to stand up to Executive abuse and abuse of the powerful.

I finally mastered my courage on behalf of the girl child and other grown females who may not gather similar courage to share their ordeals at the hands of the President of Zimbabwe Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa.

I can’t censure anyone on social media from debating further, even countering my story on behalf of the powerful but I can assure you no one will stop me from completing the journey of seeking justice I have embarked on, neither the passage of time nor the powers that be in Zimbabwe, this is my story, my ordeal, my experience, and am the witness in the case of my abuser, the President of Zimbabwe. Beyond this let the law take its own course.

Susan Vivian Mutami