Dear Masimba News,

I am writing to you today to express my deep concern about the serious allegations and confessions made in the Al Jazeera Gold Mafia documentary. As you know, Zimbabwe will hold its general elections in August, and I am worried that these allegations could have a significant impact on the outcome of the vote.

In the documentary, Uebert Angel, a self-proclaimed prophet and businessman, confesses that he is second in command to President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Angel claims that he and Mnangagwa control everything in Zimbabwe, including the elections. He even goes so far as to say that Mnangagwa will die in office, and that his investments will be safe in Zimbabwe as a result.

These allegations are extremely serious, and they raise serious questions about the integrity of the upcoming elections. If Mnangagwa and his allies are indeed controlling the elections, then it is highly unlikely that the vote will be free and fair. This would be a major setback for democracy in Zimbabwe, and it would only serve to further enrich and empower the country’s corrupt elite.

I am also concerned about the allegations of corruption, sexual abuse, and murder that have been leveled against Mnangagwa. These allegations are credible, and they paint a disturbing picture of a man who is willing to use his power to enrich himself and his friends at the expense of the Zimbabwean people.

If Mnangagwa is allowed to remain in power, I fear that the situation in Zimbabwe will only get worse. The country is already facing a number of serious challenges, including a crippling economic crisis, widespread poverty, and a high rate of HIV/AIDS. If Mnangagwa is not held accountable for his actions, then there is little hope that Zimbabwe will be able to overcome these challenges.

I urge you to use your platform to raise awareness of these serious issues. The people of Zimbabwe deserve to know the truth about their leaders, and they deserve to have a say in their future.


A Concerned Zimbabwean Citizen

Embattled Zimbabwean Dictator, Emmerson Mnangwagwa

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