Chipangano threatens us

November 16, 2011 at 11:20 am Leave a comment

I thought it would never come but sadly it has, it’s 2008 once again, relived this time through Chipangano a terror group that is closely linked to Zanu PF.

The revelations that some top Zanu PF officials fund Chipangano, a shadowy militia group that has became the face of terror in Zimbabwe, is no surprise to ordinary Zimbabweans  foe Chipangano, a group of unemployed youths, do not have the financial muscle to sustain their dastardly acts of terror.  So somebody with the wherewithal is behind them and funding them.

With the way things are going many Zimbabweans are scared that Chipangano could blossom and become a widespread terror group.  This indeed is chilling.

When will Zanu PF call back its terror bandits?  And even if they make such calls are they going to be respected?   No single call for an end to violence may arrest the wayward ways of Chipangano for acts of violence often become habitual since the people loot at will and also earn a living through violence.

Civil wars have been sustained by terror groups that were formed by youths paid through drugs. Youths who are given the nod to rape innocent civilians at will.

In 2008 many women were raped and many people were killed by known Zanu PF supporters, recently scores of people were hospitalized after Chipangano hunted down the victims once again.

It is scary as the country is watching in awe a slow motion disaster that will obviously have a tragic end.  Chipangano is slowly crystallizing into a formidable group of war mongers that may forever give the future government sleepless nights.


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