The Nelson Chamisa led MDC has accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa of employing dictatorial tactics to silence the opposition after police gave strict guidelines for the party’s 19th anniversary celebrations set for tomorrow.
Chamisa’s deputy, Morgen Komichi said one would be forgiven for thinking the conditions were set by Adolf Hitler. Said Komichi: "If you read the conditions set for us you would be forgiven for thinking that they were set by Adolf Hitler because it is clear that Zanu PF does not tolerate opposition and would rather have a one-party State."
Police said MDC should not intimidate passers-by and those who have nothing to do with their celebrations. They also said MDC members should not be involved in toy-toying, convoying of vehicles of people chanting, singing and disseminating hateful and defaming speeches.
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