Ziyambi To ‘Terrorists’: Please Stop Tarnishing Country’s Image

Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Ziyambi Ziyambi, said it is not possible for the police to guard every home to stop nocturnal abductions.

Responding to senators who had asked what the government is doing to stop the kidnappings, Ziyambi suggested that people involved in the abductions, both the alleged victims and assailants of bent on tarnishing the country’s image. He said:

… these people who are claiming to have been abducted are not giving relevant information to assist the police so that the issues are resolved.

We are asking these terrorists and abductors if they could assist the country move forward by stopping what they are doing so that the image of the country is not tarnished. That way the country’s image may be rated better.

Reports indicate that dozens of people have been abducted since the turn of the year, with some of the high profile abductions being civic leader Tatenda Mombeyarara, satirist Samantha Kureya, trade unionist Obert Masaraure and Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) acting president Peter Magombeyi.

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One Comment on “Ziyambi To ‘Terrorists’: Please Stop Tarnishing Country’s Image

  1. The only terrorists we have in Zim are the senior members of ZanuPF from the president on down, to the thieving fatcats who are well known to the govt and the public, but will never be arrested.

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