Who caused violence at CCC rally in Kwekwe?: Top Zanu PF official reveals shocking details


Zanu PF spokesperson, Cde Chris Mutsvangwa, told a press conference at the party headquarters in Harare yesterday that the revolutionary party has nothing to do with the violence that took place in Kwekwe last weekend as it was caused by CCC’s Nelson Chamisa as a way of attracting attention of the United States and its Western Allies to renew economic sanctions against Zimbabwe.

Zanu PF spokesperson Chris Mutsvangwa

“Violence in Kwekwe, investigations are ongoing, we cannot as a party be accused by social media, it shows that it was a premeditated agenda. Violence was caused by their leaders in the CCC, commanding his youths to drive others out. We are witnessing yellow, it’s a warning that they should desist from thinking they would take the law into their own hands.

Slain CCC supporter Mbongeni Ncube

“Why does this always happen in February for the past 20 years? Every February the EU and the US renew sanctions, so there was an effort that something happens in February for the past 20 years and this is not meant for Zimbabwe people, it’s a message for handlers. Chamisa parrots the message of puppetry and ZANU PF has nothing to do with violence in Kwekwe,” he said.

— Herald

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