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State agents to demonstrate against Mnangagwa in June?

by Mandla Ndlovu
17 May 2019 at 13:08hrs | Views
State agents may be plotting to demonstrate against the government of President Emmerson Mnangagwa in June Professor Jonathan Moyo has suggested.

Professor Moyo was reacting to a story carried by the Herald newspaper which said a group of shady organisations from Zimbabwe with links to the opposition MDC-Alliance has in recent months been hard at work laying the groundwork for civil unrest set to be unleashed in June.

"The clear message from this wacky story is that the Herald is using smoke and mirrors to officially ANNOUNCE that there will be protests next month, planned by feuding State agents." Professor Moyo said.

There has been various prophecies given by different prophets in the recent parts claiming that some disgruntled state agents and foreigners will cause eruption of violent protests against the government and those protests will be attributed to the MDC.

The Herald further reported that currently, there is a group training in the Maldives, which began on Tuesday and ends on Sunday and is being conducted by Center for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS), a Serbian organisation which trained MDC activists who were involved in the coordination of the January 14 to 16 violent protests.

Eight local activists, including a multimedia journalist from NewsDay, are attending the programme and will be instrumental in training and instigating mayhem to be rolled out in June the paper further said.

Source - Byo24News