Zimbabwe’s opposition MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has blamed President Mnangagwa following over abduction of party youth assembly members.
Speaking after visiting the three who are admitted a local health facility after they were found dumped more than 100 km North-East of Harare.
“We have more reason to believe that Mr Mnangagwa is aware of all this because it is a pattern that happened in the country. We have seen that across the year 2019 we recorded a total of about 49 abductions of this nature and they have the audacity to want to lie to the world that this is all self-inflicted, it’s all false abductions when it is clear that the pattern is the same and the intentions are known’” said Chamisa
The abductions Chamisa said were meant to preserve and protect the illegitimate Mnangagwa regime.
“It is all meant to preserve an illegitimate regime. It is meant to defend an unelected regime. It is meant to protect Mr Mnangagwa, what is clear is that those people who are doing it are doing it on behalf of Mr Mnangagwa. What makes it so obvious is the fact that Mr Mnangagwa has never condemned.
“Not a single arrest has been done of all these cases. One wonders why if a police commissioner or spokesperson had confirmed that they had custody of these young girls, they then turn around and say they didn’t know about these arrests. Zimbabwe has become a hot spot of human rights abuses and crimes against humanity. This inhumane and degrading treatment is torture against the girl child, women, and citizens,” said Chamisa
Chamisa said the assailants are well known individuals.
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