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08 Oct, 2020 | Posted By: staff reporter
Mutsvangwa Says I brought Internet To Zimbabwe

Former Presidential Advisor Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa says he is the first person to introduce internet in Zimbabwe.

In a video that has gone viral on the internet, Mutsvangwa says he was responsible for bring the first CD into the country when was CEO of ZBC and that got him arrested and fired.
He further adds that he played  amajor role in assisting Strive Masiyiwa to get his Econet.

Watch the video below

President Emmerson Mnangagwa's former adviser Chris Mutsvangwa says people may not know he is the pioneer of the digital economy in Zimbabwe due to his education and exposure in the United States. He says he was instrumental in the digitalisation of local companies operations.

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War Veterans leader, Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa, is no longer President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s special advisor, the office of the president has confirmed.
However, sources in the Office of President and Cabinet emphasized that Mutsvangwa had not been fired from his previous role but that the President was seeking to cut down on his cabinet as well as his advisors.
“Ambassador Mutsvangwa has not been the President’s advisor for a long time. Everyone who was appointed as part of the new cabinet and to positions within the OPC had their names gazetted in announcements.

“Mutsvangwa was not fired per say, but his contract and appointment to that role was not renewed. He continues to be referred to, and quoted as the President’s advisor, which is incorrect.”, the office of the President said.
Mutsvangwa, who was in China recently for medical treatment, returned to Zimbabwe to give out an interview where he accused Sakunda boss , Kuda Tagwirei of running a forex cartel in the country.

Mutsvangwa accused Tagwirei of getting preferential treatment from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) through shady forex allocation as well as running a monopoly on the fuel supply.

Mutsvangwa also alleged that Sakunda’s support for the government’s command agriculture programme was meant to facilitate state capture.
Related Story 
War Veterans leader, Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa, is no longer President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s special advisor, the office of the president has confirmed.
However, sources in the Office of President and Cabinet emphasized that Mutsvangwa had not been fired from his previous role but that the President was seeking to cut down on his cabinet as well as his advisors.
“Ambassador Mutsvangwa has not been the President’s advisor for a long time. Everyone who was appointed as part of the new cabinet and to positions within the OPC had their names gazetted in announcements.

“Mutsvangwa was not fired per say, but his contract and appointment to that role was not renewed. He continues to be referred to, and quoted as the President’s advisor, which is incorrect.”, the office of the President said.
Mutsvangwa, who was in China recently for medical treatment, returned to Zimbabwe to give out an interview where he accused Sakunda boss , Kuda Tagwirei of running a forex cartel in the country.

Mutsvangwa accused Tagwirei of getting preferential treatment from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) through shady forex allocation as well as running a monopoly on the fuel supply.

Mutsvangwa also alleged that Sakunda’s support for the government’s command agriculture programme was meant to facilitate state capture.


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