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Kwekwe activist writes three books condemning government oppression and dictatorship in Zimbabwe

by Mafu Sithabile
30 Oct 2015 at 10:00hrs | Views
A Kwekwe based human rights defender and democracy activist Nkosilathi Emmanuel Moyo (28) has published three books condemning government oppression in Zimbabwe.

Moyo who made headlines in the NewsDay with his latest book 'The Rise of Grace Mugabe - The Fall of ZANU PF (Truth telling book about Africa's Upcoming First Female Dictator) has launched a website where people are accessing his three political books. His other books are 'Zimbabwe A Revolution Waiting To Happen' and 'Robert Mugabe from freedom fighter to the People's Enemy'.

His three books candidly condemn ZANU PF oppression in Zimbabwe and calls for regime change. In his latest book 'The Rise of Grace Mugabe - The Fall of ZANU PF, Moyo wrote 'The only solution to the Zimbabwean question is regime change. As long as ZANU PF is in power then we are bound to suffer forever. It's Regime Change Stupid'.

Moyo is the Executive Director of a youth organization namely the Zimbabwe Organization For The Youth In Politics (Z.O.Y.P) a community youth organization which works to capacitate and develop young people with political aspirations across political divides. He is also the Youth Chairperson at the Crisis In Zimbabwe Coalition.

Moyo told Bulawayo24 that he writes in his personal capacity and his writings do not reflect the position of any civic organization. This Kwekwe based protest writer is also a political convict who was arrested in 2012 on trumped up POSA (Public Order and Security Act) charge and was convicted and sentenced to six months in prison but was later on given an option of a $500 USD fine.

'They may try to silence my dissenting voice but I sacrificed my life to speak the truth to power and condemn the dictatorship in this country. My books speaks about it all without any fear or favour. Yes they can kill the messenger but they can't kill the message', he said. Thousands are downloading his three books free of charge on his website every day; www.nkosilathiemmanuelmoyo.org



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