Jonathan Moyo comes to Mash Central’s defence as province faces barrage of criticism

Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education Jonathan Moyo has come out in support of Zanu PF Mashonaland Central’s right to make its own resolutions after the province had come under severe criticism.  Mash Central was being attacked for challenging the one centre of power principle.

Moyo took to social media site, Twitter to  defend Mashonaland Central and  was involved in a brief debate  with Zimbabwe Liberation War Collaborators Association (Ziliwaco) chairman Cde Pupurai Togarepi.

Here are some of the tweets:

1/5 @HeraldZimbabwe “Mash Central bid triggers backlash”. Provinces have a constitutional right to make resolutions!https://t.co/Y8vRJJb6id

— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) November 24, 2016

2/5 What authority do Chinomona & Togarepi have to attack a Zanu PF province exercising its constitutional right?https://t.co/Y8vRJJb6id

— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) November 24, 2016

3/5 Sadly #Herald is vilifying a Party province for making a resolution that’s against paper’s factional interest!https://t.co/Y8vRJJb6id

— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) November 24, 2016

4/5 The case for electing VPs is compelling given that successionists have taken a VP appointment as an anointment!https://t.co/Y8vRJJb6id

— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) November 24, 2016

5/5 Amending Constitution in 2014 because of Mujuru Cabal was a mistake. Case for Female VP & elected VPs is strong!https://t.co/Y8vRJJb6id

— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) November 24, 2016

But your opinion Cde is strange as it singles out one province when the fact is that all provinces have made resolutions. Why Mash Central? https://t.co/ABWtiRkWNU

— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) November 24, 2016

@TogarepiPupurai your opinion is a response to the Mash Central resolution. Why respond in the #Herald? Why not wait for the Conference? pic.twitter.com/ychKumDN5l

— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) November 24, 2016

But Cde you’re quoted as responding to Mash Central’s resolution in what the #Herald claims is a backlash against the province’s resolution! https://t.co/QAeNHfYPT7

— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) November 24, 2016

@ProfJNMoyo I responded to a question but I will not attack our province. I never referred to Mash C but to us/we.

— Togarepi pupurai (@TogarepiPupurai) November 24, 2016

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