MDC Alliance’s Coltart describes Mnangagwa’s message to Zimbabweans as chilling
Mnangagwa addressed Zimbabweans on Tuesday calling for cohesion and patriotism to work in opposition to rebuilding the country’s battered economic system.
FILE: Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa at Loftus stadium for the inauguration of Cyril Ramaphosa as the sixth democratically elected president. Image: Abigail Javier/EWN.
JOHANNESBURG – Motion for Democratic Swap (MDC) Alliance treasurer-standard David Coltart has described the message from Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa as ‘chilling’, asserting it’s supposed to crush the opposition.Mnangagwa addressed Zimbabweans on Tuesday, the build he known as for cohesion and patriotism to work in opposition to rebuilding the country’s battered economic system.Closing Friday, security forces had been deployed to the country’s two foremost cities, Harare and Bulawayo, to forestall anti-govt marches known as by activists over corruption and economic hardship.Coltart stated there’s a large number of abuses within govt: “There’s been an publicity of a $60 million corruption rip-off round COVID-19 funds and accurate now implicating discontinuance chums of Mnangagwa’s household and that’s appropriate the tip of the iceberg.” Meanwhile, Zanu-PF’s director of recordsdata, Tafadzwa Mugwadi stated all arrests which had been made had been factual.WATCH: Zimbabwe’s President Mnangagwa addresses the nation
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