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Zanu-PF reactivates terror networks

by Staff reporter
31 May 2013 at 06:12hrs | Views
Zanu-PF is reactivating its terror networks across the country ahead of general elections in which its leader President Mugabe is seeking victory to end the wobbly inclusive government.

Sources in the party claim Zanu-PF has deployed militia groups coordinated by sitting Members of Parliament and other officials in order to thwart the MDC formations attempts to woo rural voters.

The sources added Zanu-PF has redeployed youth militia groups countrywide which includes Chipangano in Harare, Top Six in Chinhoyi, Jochomondo in Hurungwe, Jambanja in Maramba-Pfungwe and the recently established Al shabab in Kwekwe.

Meanwhile, soldiers together with Zanu-PF supporters have besieged Mutoko North and South constituencies, threatening to deny food aid to starving villagers if they do not support President Mugabe's party despite his call for an end to political violence.

Army officers from 2.1 Infantry Battalion are force marching villagers to Zanu-PF meetings in the constituencies according to villagers.

Source - independent