Tsenengamu Criticises Police ‘Discrimination’ Against CCC

Former ZANU PF youth league national political commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu has criticised the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) for setting stringent conditions for the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) star rally set for Harare over the weekend.

Tsenengamu, who now leads the Front for Economic Emancipation in Zimbabwe (FEEZ), said the move by the police is discriminatory and unjust and his party stands in solidarity with CCC. He said:

ZANU PF was allowed to bus its supporters from other constituencies outside Epworth using ZUPCO buses to a point of inconveniencing the commuting public but surprisingly the CCC is now being prohibited from ferrying their own supporters outside the Highfield constituency to a rally being organised at the provincial level.

This discrimination and harassment are intolerable and illegal. An injustice against one of us is an injustice against all of us. The FEEZ party stands in solidarity with the CCC.

The Nelson Chamisa-led CCC is set to hold its first-ever rally ahead of the March 26 by-elections, since it was formed last month.

The ZRP granted permission for the rally to go ahead, but warned CCC against busing people from other constituencies and chanting party slogans, among other restrictions.

When ZANU PF and the Douglas Mwonzora-led MDC-T held their respective rallies last Saturday, the two parties bussed their supporters to the venues and ZRP did not force them to observe any COVID-19 protocols. Party slogans were also being chanted without any restrictions.

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