Zanu-PF Central Committee member, Joseph Tshuma told VOA that Zimbabweans had not done themselves any favour by embarking in violent protests.
Tshuma said no investor would invest in a country where civilians destroy property and loot things. Said Tshuma:
To be honest with you when the president left the country all these things had not started to happen … I will tell you my brother without mincing my words. Zimbabweans have shot themselves on their feet because, look, with all these things happening, these are the kind of recipes that brew sort of anger, desperation and fear from any investors. It will be very difficult to invest in a country which can easily burn down property and loot things with impunity. And so, we are putting ourselves in a corner. We are crying that the economy is going down, others are trying to resuscitate it and then we throw the biggest spanner in the works. I’m telling you we have gone 10 steps backwards.
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