HARARE – Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa joined multitude of opposition supporters on Tuesday in mourning Moreblessing Ali who was murdered by suspected Zanu PF members.
While expressing shock over the recent abduction and gruesome murder of Moreblessing Ali, Chamisa said he will not fall into the Zanu PF trap by calling his supporters to retaliate.
“Today we are gathered here in Nyatsime because of a shocking incident which paints a gloomy picture for the country. This is an incident of thuggery and intimidation which has become the political culture in this country,” said Chamisa.
“The tendency of abducting people in this country is surely making the likes of the late Tongogara to turn in their graves seeing that what they fought is not what is prevailing. It only means politics has left a trail of division in this nation.
“But it’s not only about politics dividing people. Zanu PF is now aware that its days are numbered, whatever they do it’s the end of time…..”
“Do not be provoked, we don’t deal in violence because we can see their intention is to force us to retaliate. No violence, we are a peace team,” Chamisa told mourners.
Ali was recently found dead and cut into pieces in a Nyatsime well after abduction by suspected ZANU PF members recently.
Moreblessing Ali, 46, disappeared on Tuesday 24 May 2022, raising suspicions that she may have been kidnapped by suspected state security agents based on evidence provided.
Chamisa said the recent spike in violence and assassination of opposition members was sheer proof that President Emmerson Mnangagwa and cabal are sensing defeat.
He urged supporters to remain calm assuring citizens that sanity and peace will eventually prevail.