WATCH: ED’s ally bolts out of radio studio when confronted on cartels
WAR veterans leader Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa stormed out of a radio studio early this week when he was confronted on the issue of fuel cartels which are reportedly stifling economic growth and frustrating government programmes.
Mutsvangwa, who was a Special Advisor to the President bolted from a talk show hosted by ZiFM’s Larry Kwirirayi when spokesperson of the National Patriotic Front (NPF), Mr. Jealousy Mawarire, accused him of seeking to create his own fuel cartel to compete with “existing ones”.
Media reports recently linked Mutsvangwa and Eddie Cross, a founder member of the MDC and its former Senator, to a fuel giant called MOGS which attempted to set base in Zimbabwe before being reportedly denied space to operate.
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