From left, Indigenization Minister Patrick Zhuwao, Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga, Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo and Housing and Local government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere Maxwell Zimuto AROUND 2002 the nation’s service chiefs, headed by General Vitalis Zvinavashe, called for a press conference to inform the nation that the highest office on the land, that is the office of the Presidency, was a straightjacket that was available for occupation only to Zimbabweans with war of liberation credentials. The service chiefs further warned all and sundry, particularly those without the requisite credentials, but who still harboured unbridled ambitions to occupy the office, that it was an exercise in futility and an abomination that would not be tolerated. At that time,…