Zim opposition MDC accuses ruling Zanu-PF of thuggery, violence
The party says a bar and a house in Harare were attacked last night by suspected ruling party supporters.
HARARE - Zimbabwe’s opposition MDC has accused the ruling party of thuggery and violence after two more attacks on property’s belonging to its members.
The party led by Morgan Tsvangirai says a bar and a house in Harare were attacked last night by suspected ruling party supporters.
Pictures of the charred remains of the thatched bar have been circulated on social media.
The bar is said to have belonged to Elias Mudzuri, one of the MDC’s vice presidents.
The home of a party councillor in the Kuwadzana suburb was also attacked with windows shattered.
A perimeter wall appears to have also been damaged; there are no reports of injuries.
In a statement, MDC spokesman Obert Gutu condemns what he calls Zanu-PF thuggery and violence.
He’s called on the police to investigate the attacks, which come just days after a MDC vehicle was burnt at a carpark in Harare.