HARARE – Former Presidential Affairs Minister, Didymus Mutasa has hinted that sacked Vice President Joice Mujuru could be filing a lawsuit against First Lady Grace “Dr Amai” Mugabe over her vicious attacks on her person last year.
Mujuru was fired in December along with several government ministers including Mutasa over allegations of plotting to depose and assassinate President Robert Mugabe.
Grace was the first to open the lid on the accusations in her “Meet the People Tour” series of rallies before the congress accusing Mujuru of corruption, dereliction of duty and plotting to topple Mugabe.
Mutasa, in an interview with South African newspaper Mail & Guardian said Mujuru made a mistake by remaining silent at the face of attacks on her person by Grace and other Zanu-PF officials including politburo member Oppah Muchinguri.
“I feel for her (Mujuru) very much and agree that she should not have been silent. I think she is probably doing something quietly through the courts. I don’t know really,” said Mutasa.
\n“She is a real freedom fighter. She is a very different character from Oppah Muchinguri . I suppose it is because of those differences that she was selected first as vice-president, and not Muchinguri.”