Former Zanu PF women’s league deputy secretary Eunice Sandi-Moyo yesterday said she is clean while challenging Zanu PF to prove a litany of allegations being levelled against her.
BY XOLISANI NCUBE
In an interview with NewsDay, Sandi-Moyo, who quit her post in the women’s league on Wednesday, said she was ready to have her day “anywhere” and prove her innocence.
“The small principle is that, he who alleges must prove, so whether I did it or not, ask those who are alleging so. It is up to them to prove. As for me, I have no hard feelings against anyone, I am at peace with everything,” she said.
Sandi-Moyo left the league along with Sarah Mahoka after a series of demonstrations against the pair over allegations of misconduct including theft of party funds.
“Which funds did I steal or abuse? Let those who I took money from come forward and prove the allegations,” she said.
Sandi-Moyo said although she had stepped down from the women’s league, she was still a Zanu PF member with full benefits and enjoying all privileges as stated in the party’s constitution.
“I am still a full member of the party, stepping down from a position does not mean that I cease to be a member of the party.
“I have no hard feelings against anyone and it is their right to allege, but they have to prove it at the end of the day. I will not speak on any of the allegations being raised against me because the party has to prove otherwise,” the Bulawayo Provincial Affairs minister said.