Ex-Chikurubi inmate, Chivayo gifts ZCC US$1m

Controversy surrounds today’s US$1 million donation made by Zimbabwean businessman and ex-Chikurubi Maximum Prison inmate, Wicknell Chivayo, to the Zion Christian Church (ZCC) during President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s visit to Mbungo, Masvingo for the Easter conference.

However, alongside this philanthropic act, there’s been a shocking disregard for protocol, leaving many questioning the motives behind Chivayo’s prominence in the proceedings.

Observers watched in disbelief as protocol appeared to be breached, with Chivayo positioned to welcome President Mnangagwa ahead of Vice President Kembo Mohadi.

  Photos from the event show VP Mohadi seemingly struggling for attention behind Chivayo, sparking speculation about the significance of Chivayo’s presence and influence.

Questions arise: Is this about money or influence? Or is there a deeper game at play? Many are now connecting the dots, suggesting that the millions donated by Chivayo to musicians and comedians may be taxpayer’s money or funds obtained through dubious means, possibly linked to Zimbabwe’s abundant mining resources.

As scrutiny mounts, the incident raises concerns about transparency, accountability, and the intersection of wealth and power in Zimbabwean society.


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