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Zimbabwe Vice President Kembo Mohadi Distances Himself from Sex Scandal Linked to Several Women

Vice President Kembo Dugishi Mohadi

Vice President Kembo Mohadi says he is not resigning following allegations that he has sex with several married women, including one who was working in his office.

In a press conference broadcast on Zimbabwe Television Network, Mohadi said the alleged sex scandal is designed to force his to leave office.

“I have grown impatient about these people (digital media). The allegations leveled against me are not only false but well choreographed to demean, to condescend, soil my image as a national leader and as a patriot of this country.”

He said, “I wish to clearly state that I’m a victim of political machinations being peddled through hacking and voice cloning. Despite the density of the allegations being leveled against me, I salute the support I’m getting from fellow citizens, colleagues and comrades who fully grasp the rigid complexity of the concocted attacks. It is against this backdrop that I’m categorically distancing myself from the imagined immoral behavior.

“I remain a committed leader, father, cadre and servant of this great nation. So, nothing is going to change because all this is concocted to tarnish my image. If anything is going to happen it is going to be His Excellency who will determine my future.”

ZimLive released three audios recently in which Mohadi allegedly speaks with various lovers about sex-related issues. One of the married women, identified as Abiggail Muleya Mumpande, works in his office.

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