The two former army chiefs who landed Cabinet appointments last week have promised fireworks in President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s new government.
In what came as surprise appointments for many, Air Marshal Perrance Shiri of the Air Force of Zimbabwe (AFZ) and Zimbabwe National Army Major General Sibusiso Moyo were part of the 22-member Cabinet unveiled on Thursday by Mnangagwa.
Shiri is the new minister of Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement while Moyo was appointed minister of Foreign Affairs.
Both generals played an instrumental role in the deposal of Mugabe in an operation launched by the military last month.
The former military top dogs said that they would take radical departments in their respective portfolios from that of the previous administration overseen by ex-president, Robert Mugabe.
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