SB Moyo breaks silence on Zimbabwe crisis and human rights abuse

HARARE - Foreign Affairs and International Trade minister Sibusiso Busi Moyo finally broke silence on the crisis in Zimbabwe and human rights abuse issue.

HARARE – Foreign Affairs and International Trade minister Sibusiso Busi Moyo finally broke silence on the crisis in Zimbabwe and human rights abuse issue.

Addressing the media in the capital on Wednesday, the former army major general said there was no crisis in Zimbabwe contrary to reports by the media and other civic society groups.

“There can be a propagation about a crisis in Zimbabwe. You and me know in reality that there is no crisis. There are challenges which are found in any other nation. Somebody says there is a crisis of human rights.

“Where are these human rights being breached and are we sure and confident these are human rights, yes we are not saying we are a perfect nation but if there are any human rights breaches, it is clear this government is committed. We actually went and liberated this country in order to have human rights for this country,” said minister Moyo.

The minister went on to challenge those with grievances to use the right channels if their issues are to be urgently addressed to their satisfaction further adding that Zimbabwe is a peace loving nation willing to engage everybody.

“If there are issues, they must be tabled and reported at least to the police or they must be reported to any other board which is competent to deal with such kinds of challenges.

“It’s a pity and I will urge you the media to turn around the narrative and understand that Zimbabwe is a peace loving nation which requires friends and not enemies, therefore it requires to interact with everybody,” he charged.

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