Suspected ZANU PF Activists Unleash Orgy Of Violence In Gutu

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Suspected ZANU PF Activists Unleash Orgy Of Violence In Gutu
Suspected ZANU PF Activists Unleash Orgy Of Violence In Gutu

Africa-PressZimbabwe. Suspected ZANU PF activists reportedly vandalised a vehicle in which MDC Alliance (MDC-A) Youth Acting Organiser, Lovejoy Chitengu was travelling.

According to MDC-A Youth Assembly National Spokesperson, Stephen Sarkozy Chuma, Chitengu was attacked on Thursday afternoon at Mupandawana Growth Point in Gutu. He was on his way to Bhasera. Chuma tweeted:

ZANU PF thugs this afternoon vandalized a vehicle in which our Youth Acting Organiser, Lovejoy Chitengu was travelling. This happened at Mupandawana,Gutu. He was headed to Bhasera. We shall not fold our hands in face of provocation!

Meanwhile, the MDC-A said six of its members were kidnapped and beaten at an illegal roadblock allegedly mounted by ZANU PF activists.

They were on their way back from a meeting being addressed by the party’s president Nelson Chamisa. The MDC-A posted on Twitter:

6 MDC Alliance members have been kidnapped & beaten on their way back from a meeting being addressed by Chamisa.

They were attacked at Gutu Garage in Mupandawana. This was at an illegal roadblock manned by Zanu PF youth. @PoliceZimbabwe were present watching the attack.

We have been contacted by @CouncilorMutub1 who advises that his vehicle was stoned in Gutu. He was with 3 others who are now missing.

He fled for his life after Zanu PF youth attacked their car. Illegal roadblocks manned by Zanu PF have been mounted throughout Gutu.

Zanu PF youths have unleashed an orgy of violence in Gutu following a meeting held there by President @nelsonchamisa.

Those who are coming back from the meeting are being arbitrarily kidnapped & beaten. Cars are being stoned. A number of members are missing.

Earlier on Thursday, Chamisa held a meeting with community leaders, war veterans, opinion makers, vendors and special interest groups in Gutu.

The party said it is forming a broad alliance to secure six million votes in the 2023 general elections.

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