The ruling ZANU PF has said that the opposition MDC led by advocate Nelson Chamisa has embarked on causing instability in the country.
ZANU PF Youth League Deputy Secretary, Lewis Matutu, has referred to the alleged disappearance of the acting president of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association, Peter Magombeyi as a case to support his assertion. He said:
It has been noted that Dr Magombeyi has finally resurfaced and has given himself up to the police after a period of six days of uncertainty during which his whereabouts were unknown to the general members of the public. It has come to my attention that Dr Magombeyi emerged with no visible physical injuries. It is my belief that the opposition MDC-A and its allies have embarked on a deliberate programme to destabilise the country through a cocktail of acts that include violence, vile propaganda and economic vandalism in order to achieve unconstitutional regime change and overturn the wishes of the majority of Zimbabweans as expressed in the July 2018 elections.
Magombeyi went missing on the 14th of this month and was found on the 19th about 35 kilometres outside Harare.
His colleagues said that he was disoriented when he was found suggesting that he was either made to drink or injected with some unknown substance. Magombeyi had no visible injury although he said he was electrocuted.
His health condition remains confusing after the state recently revealed that he was “unfit to travel” for further medical attention abroad.
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