Police finally give war veterans go ahead to meet in Harare

The Zimbabwe Republic Police have finally allowed war veterans to meet in Harare for their indaba meant to discuss Zimbabwe’s deteriorating economic, social and political crisis.

Speaking to NewsDay, Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) spokesperson Douglas Mahiya said police gave them the green light yesterday and war veterans, government and Zanu PF officials were expected to attend. Mahiya said they would critically analyse fulfilment of what was agreed at their last meeting with Mugabe where he promised to attend to their grievances, among them loss of land, payment of medication and school fees.

Mahiya also added that the meeting will seek answers as to why war veterans were being expelled from the ruling Zanu PF party.

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