In a statement published on its Facebook page, MDC-T responded to Zanu-PF Patrick Chinamasa who accused Nelson Chamisa of intimidating Constitutional Court judges ahead of tomorrow’s hearing.
MDC-T accused Zimbabwe National War Veterans Association leader Victor Matemadanda of intimidating the judiciary by threatening to use guns and bullets to protect Emmerson Mnangagwa’s victory. Part of the statement by MDC-T reads:
Contrary to statements by Zanu PF’s Patrick Chinamasa that the MDC Alliance was intimidating the judiciary, it has turned out instead that war veterans leader Victor Matemadanda is instilling fear on the bench on the eve of the court case, threatening to use guns and bullets to protect Mnangagwa’s so-called victory.
Ironically, Zimbabweans waged a brutal armed struggle to protect the people’s right to vote and anyone who pilfers or pickpockets the people’s sovereign will, as ZEC and Zanu PF have done, is negating the very spirit of our liberation struggle.