By Simba Chikanza | ZimEye.com reveals evidence of police abduction of the three MDC Alliance youth leaders which the government publication the Herald deleted after proving that the Zimbabwe Republic Police truly abducted the victims on Wednesday 13th May 2020.
For several weeks the Zimbabwe Republic Police and the military have been randomly assaulting civilians walking out to fetch essential services such as water and medication, and 3 weeks ago, the military spokesman Overson Mugwisi in an interview denied that soldiers and police were assaulting civilians in Harare, Gweru, and Masvingo. This was despite footage particularly from Harare which had been earlier on confirmed by ZANU PF leader, Emmerson Mnangagwa’s spokesman, George Charamba.
Civilians have been complaining that they feel oppressed and on Wednesday a group of MDC Youths conducted a short flash demo attended by less than 25 youths. The three female MDC youth leaders, Cecilia Chimbiri, Joana Mamombe, and Netsai Marova were arrested by the police and taken to the Harare Central Police station.
2 days later, the government spokesman, Nick (Ndavangi) Mangwana has issued a contradicting report saying they were never arrested, and were never in police custody.
All this comes at a time when New Zealand’s former Prime Minister, Helen Clark got frustrated after noticing that even the Voice of America, a respected US government funded media house also deleted evidence of the abduction, something which follows the way they also handled the abduction of Hospital Doctors Association President Dr Peter Magombeyi in September last year. (See tweets below with video-tweet)
Exactly a year ago, VOA journo Marvelous Mhlanga signed up to work for @edmnangagwa to do social engineering work, and create PR packages:today she interrogates a distraught,disturbed, and terrified victim of torture,Dr @DMagombeyi leading to his arrest last night @MakomboreroH pic.twitter.com/YYLlWmmslz— ZimEye (@ZimEye) September 20, 2019
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