Baba Jukwa exposes HIV+ Zanu-PF politicians

Baba Jukwa exposes HIV+ Zanu-PF politicians
Published: 30 April 2013 (203885 Views)


A suspected Zanu-PF mole – operating under the pen name Baba Jukwa on social media platforms – has reportedly caused a storm among politburo members with his exposes of sensitive internal issues discussed during closed-door meetings.

First to take to the social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook propping up President Mugabe and his Zanu-PF party was Amai Jukwa before Baba Jukwa surfaced launching a counter attack on Amai Jukwa.

Although Zanu-PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo yesterday denied the party was ruffled by Baba Jukwa, impeccable sources said some politburo members had put up a bounty for Baba Jukwa's head. There were also reports that the politburo meeting that was meant to take place last month was postponed after it reportedly emerged that Baba Jukwa had published in detail what transpired in the previous politburo meeting.

Baba Jukwa has named several politicians whom he accused of being HIV positive and infecting young girls before using money to silence them.

Baba Jukwa's seemingly inside stories on Zanu-PF "chefs" have caused a stir with allegations ranging from murder most foul, a looting spree of state resources, personal problems and treats on Politburo discussions to hacking of the Facebook page itself by supposed Zanu-PF aligned security agents.

While this newspaper cannot reproduce some of the allegations by Baba Jukwa for legal reasons, last weekend "he" constantly mourned about efforts to unmask his identity and being hacked into by agents trying to stop the tide of sensitive information he was publishing.

- newsday

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