Zimbabwe Kembo Mohadi denies sex scandal

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Vice-President Kembo Mohadi has fended off accusations of sexual impropriety in a press briefing.He said he was a victim of hacking and voice cloning after an online newspaper published lurid phone call recordings with several women allegedly including a subordinate.

Barely audible and behind a face mask, the 71-year-old told reporters that the recordings were concocted and that he was innocent of the allegations.

“I am innocent and a victim of political machinations being peddled through hacking and voice cloning.”He added that the allegations were not only false but choreographed to soi his image as a national leader.

The government spokesman shared a video of Mr Mohadi’s statement.Social embed from twitterReportReport this social embed, make a complaint .

In a series of phone calls published by local media, a man is heard arranging for sex including in his government office and a hotel.

The Women’s Coalition, a rights group, has petitioned the state Zimbabwe Gender Commission to investigate possible illicit relations with subordinates and sexual harassment within the office of the vice-president.


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