Kembo Mohadi Retains His Position As Zanu-PF Vice President & Second Secretary

Kembo Mohadi, who resigned recently resigned from being State Vice President when details of the ex-government official’s sex scandal exploded on social media, will retain his portfolio as Zanu PF’s Vice President and Second Secretary, The Chronicle reports.


Zanu Pf national spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo confirmed this development whilst addressing journalists after the 349th ordinary session of the Politburo at the party’s headquarters in Harare on Wednesday.

Simon Khaya Moyo said the party had received and accepted Mohadi’s resignation but this will not affect his position as Vice president and Second Secretary in the ruling party. He said:

“The resignation of the former vice president from the government will not affect Cde Mohadi’s position in the party. He will remain the second secretary and vice president of the party.”
Kembo Mohadi
Kembo Mohadi 

Addressing the Politburo yesterday following the resignation of Kembo Mohadi, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said he accepted Mohadi’s resignation even though it was unexpected. Nevertheless, he paid glowing tribute to Mohadi and thanked him for the service he rendered while in Government.

He also commended him for the role he played under the Second Republic in advancing our Government’s national development agenda as enunciated in Vision 2030.

Meanwhile, Norton legislator Temba Mliswa, who is smarting from a media barrage on a bitter fall-out with his ex-lover Susan Mutami applauded Kembo Mohadi for electing to resign from being State Vice President when details of his sex scandals went viral.

He, however, called on both government and parliament to introduce a law that would protect public officials from unfair attacks via social media. 

Mliswa emphasized that the government must speedily put in place laws that would protect public officers are they were more vulnerable to attacks via social media.


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