Victims Share Horrors From 2008 Using #Remembering2008 After Mnangagwa Claims Elections Were Free, Fair and Violence Free

Social media users are using the hashtag, #Remembering2008, to share their stories after President Emmerson Mnangagwa told the Economist Magazine that 2008 elections were free and fair. Mnangagwa also blithely claimed that there was no violence at all as there are no police cases of violence which were reported. This is despite the fact that the late prime minister and founding member of the opposition MDC-T Morgan Tsvangirai was forced to withdraw from the run-off election citing the egregious violence which was being meted out to his supporters.

Here are some of the recollections

https://twitter.com/Wamagaisa/status/971364602834509825

https://twitter.com/Takudzwakamoto1/status/971374963054784512

https://twitter.com/Qlemy2038/status/971212282419036160

https://twitter.com/drpcalvin/status/971250232909496320

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3 comments on “Victims Share Horrors From 2008 Using #Remembering2008 After Mnangagwa Claims Elections Were Free, Fair and Violence Free

  1. It’s so sad that the president of a country lying about the fairness of 2008 elections! ! My brothers and I spent the whole month sleeping in the bush because of zanupf. I won’t forget this madness and I won’t even at one day vote for zanupf nor my family. My mother and my wife were beaten and asked to report to a zanupf Base . They wanted my head!

  2. i remember when ZanuPf youths came to our school.i was doing grade 7 tt tym n they took 1 of our teachers who had frmd tt he was an MDC..member..😠

  3. This is true reflection of ED, he can lie to the outside world but never to us. If this is the kind of free and fair elections he is preaching about then there’s no hope. Nevertheless people need to vote in the next election expressing their inner feelings about what Zanu PF has done to their lives over the years!

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