Knives out to attack Joice Mujuru in
London

Knives out to attack Joice Mujuru in
London
Knives have been drawn as Zimbabweans
living in the United Kingdom declared war
against each over former Vice President Joice
Mujuru’s visit to Chatham House today.
A section of Zimbabweans believed to be
aligned to ZANU PF and pretending to be
opposition MDCT supporters is said to be
mobilising to demonstrate against the former
Vice President as she addresses Chatham
House.
The group claims that it will be demonstrating
against Mujuru demanding answers on her
role in the Gukurahundi atrocities amongst
other issues a matter which has attracted to
them the sympathy of a section of
Zimbabweans from Matabeleland aligned to
the Mthwakazi restoration groups.
On the other hand Mujuru’s Zimbabwe People
First supporters have also vowed that they
will hit back at anyone who will attempt a
demonstration against their leader. The party
is reportedly busy also building up a very
tight security set up which they will use to
repel any efforts to demonstrate against
Mujuru.
Mujuru was last month left with egg on her
face when some Mthwakazi leaders protested
against her at her party rally in Pretoria,
South Africa. The group was also demanding
for her to explain her role in the
Gukurahundi atrocities of the early eighties in
which over 20 000 people were killed by
soldiers deployed by the government she was
serving in as a cabinet Minister at the time.
Mujuru has in the meantime dissociated
herself from the disturbances claiming that
she was never directly involved and
apologised publicly for her involvement by
association. She has in all her rallies been
calling for a Truth and Reconciliation
Commission which she believes will exonerate
her from any involvement in the atrocities.
Knives have been drawn as Zimbabweans
living in the United Kingdom declared war
against each over former Vice President Joice
Mujuru’s visit to Chatham House today.
A section of Zimbabweans believed to be
aligned to ZANU PF and pretending to be
opposition MDCT supporters is said to be
mobilising to demonstrate against the former
Vice President as she addresses Chatham
House.
The group claims that it will be demonstrating
against Mujuru demanding answers on her
role in the Gukurahundi atrocities amongst
other issues a matter which has attracted to
them the sympathy of a section of
Zimbabweans from Matabeleland aligned to
the Mthwakazi restoration groups.
On the other hand Mujuru’s Zimbabwe People
First supporters have also vowed that they
will hit back at anyone who will attempt a
demonstration against their leader. The party
is reportedly busy also building up a very
tight security set up which they will use to
repel any efforts to demonstrate against
Mujuru.
Mujuru was last month left with egg on her
face when some Mthwakazi leaders protested
against her at her party rally in Pretoria,
South Africa. The group was also demanding
for her to explain her role in the
Gukurahundi atrocities of the early eighties in
which over 20 000 people were killed by
soldiers deployed by the government she was
serving in as a cabinet Minister at the time.
Mujuru has in the meantime dissociated
herself from the disturbances claiming that
she was never directly involved and
apologised publicly for her involvement by
association. She has in all her rallies been
calling for a Truth and Reconciliation
Commission which she believes will exonerate
her from any involvement in the atrocities.