The Movement for Democratic Party has dismissed claims by the ruling party of a plot to unseat president Mnangagwa as mere excuses to crackdown on protestors.
Speaking during a press briefing, the MDC spokesperson, Jacob Mafume said:
We have said this before, that Zimbabwe is captured by very dangerous group of people, who are irrational, unreasonable, paranoid and will do anything to crush dissent in pursuit of their power retention agenda.
They reveal another attempt to victimise Zimbabweans, justify premeditated crackdown on actors in the democratic movement.
Mafume’s sentiments follow a stern warning by minister of Home Affairs, Cain Mathema on Monday to the opposition and some civil society organisations against protests which he said were meant to remove the incumbent government.
Mafume further said that this was ZANU PF’s archaic strategy which will not work this time as the MDC is fully aware of its rights and freedoms. He added that instead of intimidating citizens, the e government is supposed to be looking at ways to mitigate the crisis it created.
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More: The Zimbabwe Mail
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