United States, United Kingdom Condemn Political Violence After Explosion At Mnangagwa Rally

The United States of America and the United Kingdom have condemned all forms of political violence after an explosion occured at White City Stadium in Bulawayo. President Emmerson Mnangagwa who was holding a political rally there was not injured in the explosion. In separate statements, the embassies of the United States and the United Kingdom condemned the violence. The US Embassy said:

The US Embassy in Harare condemns the attack at the ZANU-PF rally in Bulawayo this afternoon. Political violence in any form is unacceptable and contrary to the positive progress required to move Zimbabwe forward as it seeks to take its place on the global stage. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families.

And the UK:

We have seen the reports and videos of an explosion in Bulawayo at a ZANU rally. There is no place for any form of political violence in Zimbabwe. We want to express our sympathy and concern for all those who have been injured.

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Mnangagwa says people of Bulawayo are not to blame for explosion at his rally there


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3 comments on “United States, United Kingdom Condemn Political Violence After Explosion At Mnangagwa Rally

  1. That was a planned move by zanu pf to get an excuse to kill people.after all it was a stunt grenade.if anyone wanted to kill that zambian bastard he would be dead by now.who trigered that small blast when yu have a thousand of security and sniffer dogs.voetsek mnangagwa son of a bitch

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