Garwe Condemns Murewa North Violence
ZANU PF Mashonaland East chairperson Daniel Garwe has condemned the assault of several elderly Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) members in Murewa North constituency last week.
Morris Seremani (74), Susan Seremani (56), Beauty Chikoti (52), Chipo Mutizwa (37), Nyaradzai Chitauro (52), Sekuru Dongo (79) and Munyaradzi Dongo (38) were left with injuries after they were assaulted for allegedly supporting CCC.
The assault occurred in Chirowa Village, Murewa North.
Addressing ZANU PF supporters on Tuesday at Matututu shopping centre in Murewa North, Garwe said:
My colleagues, I am pained by what happened in this area. It’s something nobody here can explain what transpired because we were not all there. We said experts should go and investigate.
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ZANU PF does not tolerate violence, it’s a peaceful party. That’s the only party that brought peace, there’s no other party.
In some countries you hear about terrorists and bombings, here there is peace. This peace was brought by ZANU PF.
President [Emmerson Mnangagwa] is today preaching that we should live in peace, forgive each other, and get united. The war veterans say “united we conquer”.
Meanwhile, in a statement issued on Wednesday, the Law Society of Zimbabwe (LSZ) accused some political parties of making insincere public pronouncements against political violence, saying this will not end the vice.
LSZ said politicians must stop speaking with forked tongues, declaring a commitment to a violent free election by day while coaxing their supporters to terrorise citizens by night. | NewsDay