MDC president Nelson Chamisa said that he normally does not divulge his movements because of threats against his life.
Chamisa said this on Wednesday at the funeral wake of the late party official Tafadzwa Mhundwa in Harare.
Mhundwa was brother-in-law to late founding MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai. He died in a road traffic accident on Monday night, an accident which also claimed the life of another party official and injured Tsvangirai’s daughter, Vimbai Tsvangirai Java.
Chamisa, who allegedly survived an abduction attempt last year, said:
After we ended our programme in Bulawayo. I told Mr (Morgen) Komichi that we were now leaving for Harare to which he told me that he does not travel at night. I maintained that I will be travelling at night and told him to rest.
My travelling at night has a reason…when we travel, we do not publicise it because we are always in danger. We are swimming in a river full of crocodiles.
The river full of crocodiles implies alleged state security agents and eerie characters who trail Chamisa wherever he goes.
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