Former Zanu-PF Member of Parliament for Chivi CDE Killer Zivhu has caused a stir on social media with his recent tweet alleging that a minister’s driver had blessed his boss’s wife with three children. The tweet suggests that while the minister is busy mining gold, his driver is busy “mining” his wife, and warns that the driver may soon disappear.
The tweet has sparked a flurry of speculation and gossip, with many questioning the authenticity of the claims and the motives behind them. Some have accused Zivhu of spreading baseless rumors and undermining the integrity of the minister and his driver, while others have suggested that there may be some truth to the allegations.
The incident is likely to raise concerns about the conduct of public officials and their associates, and the impact that such behavior can have on the wider community. It also highlights the role of social media in shaping public opinion and influencing political discourse in Zimbabwe.
While it is unclear whether the allegations are true, the tweet has already attracted significant attention and generated heated debate. Some have called for an investigation into the matter, while others have criticized Zivhu for his comments.
The incident is a reminder of the importance of responsible journalism and the need for politicians and public figures to be careful about the information they share on social media. It also highlights the challenges of navigating the complex and often fraught world of politics in Zimbabwe, where rumors and gossip can quickly spiral out of control.
As the story continues to develop, it remains to be seen how the minister and his driver will respond, and what impact the allegations will have on their reputations and careers.