MDC Distances Itself From Reports From The Govt That UK Returnees Are Linked To The MDC
The MDC through its secretary-general Chalton Hwende has rubbished the Deputy Minister for Social Welfare Lovemore Matuke’s claims that UK returnees who were refusing to be quarantined at Belvedere Teachers’ college are MDC activists who were sent by their leaders to disturb the government’s efforts to fight COVID-19, New Zimbabwe reports.
Speaking to the publication Chalton Hwende said:
No one is returning back home as an MDC- Alliance activist. These are Zimbabweans whose rights are equally protected under the national Constitution and as such, government has an obligation to provide them with decent accommodation.Feedback
We have done our investigations and what we discovered is that Nyandoro is not even at Belvedere Teachers’ College as alleged. She is in the United Kingdom as I am talking. Of course government may think that these are MDC activists because generally, the majority of Zimbabweans do not sympathise with the failing ruling party.
Meanwhile, 34 people who had been quarantined at ZIPAM in Norton have been released after they went through the mandatory 21 days quarantine period.
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