Mugabe’s language is abusive
By Nkosilathi Emmanuel Moyo
The Director of the Kwekwe based Zimbabwe Organization For the Youth in
Politics (Z.O.Y.P) Nkosilathi Emmanuel Moyo has described President Robert
Mugabe’s language as abusive and violence-inciting. Speaking at a Z.O.Y.P
closed door meeting in Kwekwe today, Moyo has criticized the speech
delivered by President Mugabe yesterday as full of abusive language,
emotional and incited for violence in the coming polls. President Mugabe
told thousands of his ZANU PF supporters at Zimbabwe grounds yesterday that
he will pull out of SADC if they continue forcing him to implement key
reforms before elections. In his words Mugabe described SADC actions as
stupid and went on to label one of the key SADC negotiators Ambassador
Lindiwe Zulu as a ‘street woman’ for her continuous call for free and fair
elections in Zimbabwe.
‘President Mugabe violated the rights of Ambassador Lindiwe Zulu by calling
her a street woman simply because that woman is advocating for free and fair
elections in Zimbabwe, a street woman is a person loose morals in other
words a prostitute who sleeps over every where”, Moyo continued and told
Z.O.Y.P members that such a language is supposed to come from the mouth of a
drunkard not from the President and Head of state. If the President can
verbally abuse a woman publicly like that what will the men out there learn
from him, he set the wrong precedence and as a result this what motivates
terror groups like Chipangano and Al Shabab (Al Shabab is a terror group
based in Kwekwe and allegedly sponsored by ZANU PF) to perpetrate violence,”
said Moyo who was looking disturbed as he was delivering his speech. He
concluded by asking Mugabe to withdraw his statements and apologize not only
to Lindiwe Zulu but to the women out there to save himself from a serious
embarrassment waiting for him in the coming polls.
The Zimbabwe Organization For The Youth In Politics (Z.O.Y.P) is a non
partisan non-profit making youth organization based in the small mining town
of Kwekwe in Midlands Province in Zimbabwe. Its Director Nkosilathi Emmanuel
Moyo (26) is the first person to be convicted and jailed for contravening
section 25 of POSA (Public Order and Security Act) after he called for a
peace meeting in Kwekwe and the police arrested him saying the meeting was
not sanctioned. Moyo is a prominent human rights activist in Kwekwe and for
more about him google ‘Nkosilathi Moyo Kwekwe’ or ‘zoyp kwekwe’.
Z.O.Y.P Department of Information.
For interviews call Nkosilathi Emmanuel Moyo on +263 775 037 579
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