Harare – Zimbabwe’s Vice-President Kembo Mohadi has resigned. Mr Mohadi, who had been in office since November 2107 when the administration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa came into office, resigned following circulation of audio recordings allegedly exposing his intimate relationships, some with married women and subordinates. Mr Mohadi is twice divorced and presently single. In a statement Monday evening, the former VP said he had done some soul searching and opted to resign while he resolves his personal issues. He added that he had resigned out of respect for the nation.
Last week, Mr Mohadi issued a statement in which he said the audio recordings were the products of voice morphing technologies, and vowing to continue in his role as VP.