Biti Urges Ramaphosa To Intervene In Zim Crisis

MDC vice president Tendai Biti has urged South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene in Zimbabwe’s crisis before it spirals out of control.

Biti made the call following a brutal crackdown on MDC supporters and passers-by by the police in central Harare on Wednesday. Said Biti:

President Cyril Ramaphosa cannot allow impunity. He is the leader of sub-Saharan Africa by virtue of South Africa’s strong economy. Yes, we want Zimbabweans to fight a dictatorship but we are all brothers, there’s [needs to be] solidarity.

Police, armed with batons, sjamboks and water canons, charged at a handful of MDC supporters who were singing in the street close to the party’s headquarters in central Harare on Wednesday morning.

The crowd had gathered to listen to party President Nelson Chamisa give his Hope of the Nation address, which had been scheduled for the Africa Unity Square before the police banned the event.

More: Eye Witness News

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One Comment on “Biti Urges Ramaphosa To Intervene In Zim Crisis

  1. Good luck biti ramaposa is joined to zanu pf killers by the hip and a coward will never want to stand on one leg whilst he can screw every one around him and have them push him In a wheel chair screaming we love you Africans as he throws US dollars in to the street for all the beggers who as it happens will become the black racists of the greatestt African army known to man amen praise be to God

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