Mujuru Mourns 2-Year-Old Who Was Murdered In Political Violence

National People’s Party (NPP) leader Joice Mujuru has called for people to be peaceful ahead of the July 30 harmonised elections. Mujuru was speaking about the murder of two-year-old Professor Lumbe, son of NPP’s Mazowe North parliamentary candidate Rambai Lumbe. Lumbe has blamed Zanu-PF for the murder  saying it was payback for defecting from Zanu-PF. Said Mujuru,

This should be a lesson that our politics in Zimbabwe if it is responsible for the death of this child, must be done in peace. Let’s learn that politics comes and goes, but our relationships stay forever. Your neighbour will always be there and we must learn to love and respect each other. We don’t want this because this will be interpreted in different means. This must be a lesson to everyone that we must learn to live with each other in peace and with love for one another.

What pained me the most is that the victim is a toddler and it is not different from Christpowers Maisiri, who was burnt in a hut. I am hearing that he [the deceased] has a big wound in the head, meaning he was brutally attacked.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has also sent a condolence message to the Lumbe family and called on the police to bring the perpetrators to justice.

More: NewsDay

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