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Twitter suspends George Charamba’s handle

Twitter has suspended the handle belonging to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s spokesperson George Charamba.

Charamba who is the man behind the ghost Twitter account @Jamwanda has been blocked by Twitter.

While it not yet clear as why he has been suspended, critics believe it might have something to do his recent posting of a indecent picture.

Meanwhile, political commentator Elder Mabunu says Charamba could have been suspended for his comments on the ongoing war in Ukraine.

He says Charamba being a Presidential spokesperson should avoid making unsolicited comments.

“He could have been blocked over his comments on the ongoing war in Ukraine.

“Him being President Mnangagwa’s mouthpiece, and has to exercise caution when commenting on certain issues,” says Mabhunu.

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