We condemn violence of any kind: Zanu-PF

Zanu-PF spokesperson, Simon Khaya Moyo has called for political tolerance in next year’s harmonised elections. He urged both Zanu PF supporters and the opposition to shun political violence. Speaking on Saturday, Moyo said:

We want peaceful elections next year, and there must be no violence of any kind not only on election days, but on a day-to-day basis. As Zanu-PF, we are saying people must behave and be free to say what they want, as long as they say those things within the confines of the law,

We condemn violence of any kind, we condemn that. Let us agree as Zimbabweans to disagree on issues, but in the end we should all agree that we must not teach our children and the next generation that there is reward in violence.

More: NewsDay


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