MDC activist, Mr. Madondo has narrated how his house was torched by alleged supporters of then-president, the late founding leader, Robert Mugabe in 2002.
Mr. Madondo said early 2002, Mugabe came to their area to campaign ahead of the presidential election and urged his supporters to be violent towards opposition MDC members.
He said later that night, his house was targeted since he was the chairperson of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) then led by the late former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai.
Madondo said his wife and kids escaped through the window while his brother was caught and severely assaulted.
He said the unidentified assailants poured petrol and threw a grenade on the house which exploded almost immediately after Madondo’s family had escaped.
Madondo added that he reported the matter to the police but investigations never commenced.
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