Mutinhiri’s Son’s Farm Invaded, Invaders Say It Belongs To Zanu-PF

Tafara Mutinhiri, son of National Patriotic Front (NPF) leader, Ambrose Mutinhiri has reported that his farm in Marondera has been invaded by alleged Zanu-PF activists. The activists said that the farm belongs to Zanu-PF. Speaking to Daily News, Tafara said,

I received news from the gardener that six youths arrived in a Toyota Harrier and told him that they had come to take over the farm. They said we have joined NPF and I am no longer the owner since the farm belongs to Zanu PF. When I arrived at the farm, the road leading to the residence was blocked, the gate pulled down while some youths had already made a fire.

… I went to report the case to police and asked them to escort me, but they said there was no manpower. I also approached the CID Law and Order, but it seemed they were under instruction and told me that they can act tomorrow (yesterday).

More: NewsDay

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