The Zanu PF Politburo met in the capital this Wednesday where members deliberated on a number of issues, among them alleged cases of abductions, which they described as a desperate attempt by anti-government forces to tarnish the image of Zimbabwe.
Briefing journalists on the outcome of the politburo held this Wednesday, Zanu PF Secretary for Information and Publicity, Ambassador Simon Khaya Moyo said the Politburo expressed dismay over the alleged stage-managed abductions.
“On the alleged abductions, members of the politburo strongly condemned the malcontents by some anti-government forces, the Politburo implored the security forces to thoroughly look into the misdeeds bent on setting a bad image ahead of international occasions like the forthcoming United Nations General Assembly set for the United States this week,’’ he said.
The Zanu PF National spokesperson added that President Mnangagwa expressed gratitude to African leaders and the ANC leadership, which organised commemorations in honour of the late founding father, Cde Robert Mugabe.
“President Mnangagwa thanked the overwhelming support rendered by the African leaders during time of mourning our departed founding father, as the party commemorations events will be lined up until the time of burial,” said Cde Moyo.
President Mnangagwa also thanked SADC leaders over their bold decision to set 25 October as the anti-sanctions day, where all Southern African countries will jointly make a clarion call for the unconditional lifting of sanctions.
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