Professor Jonathan Moyo says no one will stop him from publicizing the evidence of the people killed by the Zimbabwe military during the November 2017 coup, August 1 killings and the crackdown of protestors on January 2019.
Moyo was responding to a Twitter user who cautioned him against posting pictures of picture who were brutalized by the state.
Said Moyo, “Perish the thought. In this day and age, ZDF must not massacre, torture and ra_pe citizens and residents and expect the gruesome evidence to be hidden, as happened during Gukurahundi.”
Moyo had earlier on taken a swipe at the ZDF for the crimes against citizens.
“ZDF: Vanguard of the nation”@HeraldZimbabwe 13/8/19
#ZDF can’t be the VANGUARD OF THE SAME NATION whose citizens & residents it massacres, tortures & rapes in the streets & homes with IMPUNITY as seen on 1 Aug 2018 & 14 to 28 Jan 2019. It cannot be!https://t.co/NdcC3HlPn1 pic.twitter.com/QVLVifU5ig
— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) August 13, 2019
“ZDF can’t be the VANGUARD OF THE SAME NATION whose citizens and residents it massacres, tortures and ra_pes in the streets & homes with IMPUNITY as seen on 1 Aug 2018 and 14 to 28 Jan 2019. It cannot be!”
Meanwhile, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has announce that he will be introducing a special salary for the soldiers.
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President Emmerson Mnangagwa has told the nation that the conditions of service for military officers will be improved to hedge them against the vagaries of inflation.
Addressing during the Defense Forces day on Tuesday Mnangagwa said, “My administration remains committed to improving the service of our armed forces. My government is aware that our Defense Force is equally affected by the economic difficulties faced by the whole citizenry. Efforts are at an advanced stage to reintroduce the military salary concept.” continue reading…
Source – Byo24News