Former Zanu PF henchman Jim Kunaka’s Property To be Auctioned

Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr +

Former Zanu PF Harare provincial youth chairman Jim Kunaka will have some of his household property auctioned today over an undisclosed debt owed to one Prince Jack.

The property to be auctioned by Revelations Auctioneers includes a double-door upright fridge, four-piece sofas, flat screen television, glass table with six chairs, seven dining room chairs and a DVD player.

Contacted for comment yesterday, the former Zanu PF Chipangano militia group leader professed ignorance over who had attached his property and the reason behind that.

He alleged this was Zanu PF’s way of getting back at him.

“It is not new to me. I am fed up of talking about Zanu PF. Whatever happens, I do not care. It does not change my life,” Kunaka said. “I do not really know the reason as I did not even bother to check. I am a hard worker and I can buy even better stuff. In fact, I have already bought new stuff. I am not cheap.”

Jim Kunaka

Kunaka said he just knew it was coming from his enemies and was praying for them to live longer so they could see him prosper.

“I do not really know these people. When these things happen and it is coming from your enemy, give him a chance, then pray for him so that he lives longer to see you prosper,” he said.

Kunaka was notorious for being the face of the Zanu PF terror group, Chipangano, which turned Mbare and other parts of Harare upside down at its peak.

He was fired from Zanu PF together with the likes of ousted former Vice-President Joice Mujuru, who were accused of trying to topple President Robert Mugabe ahead of the ruling party’s December 2014 elective congress.

In October last year, Kunaka admitted that he was the face of Zanu PF violence and used to terrorise opposition supporters and residents of Mbare.

“I was the political violence master when I was in Zanu PF, but what I want people to know today is that when you join a cult, you behave like the people in that cult,” he told South Africa’s ANN7TV channel last October.-Online