ZANU PF activists attack MDC-T’s Harvest House

October 28, 2011 at 11:08 am Leave a comment

By Tichaona Sibanda

Suspected ZANU PF supporters from the militant Chipangano group have
attacked Harvest House, the MDC-T headquarters in central Harare.

The pre-dawn attack left several windows in the building shattered but no
one was injured. A statement from the party said security details protecting
the building recovered eight catapults dropped by ZANU PF thugs as they

‘Several windows on the first, second and third floors were broken during
the attack,’ the MDC-T said.

Meanwhile, the party’s national Youth Assembly organising secretary, Phineas
Chikadaya, is in hospital after he was attacked in Budiriro on Wednesday

Promise Mkwananzi, the secretary-general of the Youth Assembly, told SW
Radio Africa on Thursday that Chikadaya was waylaid by a group of ZANU PF
thugs while walking home from a branch meeting.

‘Chikadaya was walking home in the company of a colleague around 8pm when
they were suddenly surrounded by a group of ZANU PF youths.

They accused him of being a sell-out and destabilizing the country by
working for the MDC. This was an unprovoked attack where Chikadanga was hit
with logs. They used stones to target his left leg and unfortunately he
suffered a fracture to that leg,’ Mkwananzi said.

The organizing secretary was admitted to the Avenues Clinic. A report was
lodged with the police in Budiriro but no arrests have been made. Chikadaya
has informed his party he can positively identify some of his attackers.

‘We vociferously condemn the dastardly attack on our members and strongly
speak out against the police inaction to bring the culprits to book. In the
same breathe, let me say no amount of fear will dissuade the Youth Assembly
from carrying out its legitimate mandate to remove ZANU PF from power,’
Mkwananzi added.


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