Zvorwadza made the remark about the 93-year-old leader while he was commenting on the recent disturbance between authorities and vendors.
Riot police on Thursday launched an operation to restore order on the streets of the Zimbabwean capital Harare where illegal vendors and rowdy pirate taxi operators have become the order of the day.According to eyewitnesses and rights groups, the police moved ordered the vendors and pirate taxis to leave Harare's central business district under a campaign codenamed "Operation Restore Order". It is said that he described Mugabe as an old, day-dreaming President who's walking dead.
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Singh lodged a police complaint at the IP Estate police station saying that the auto was stolen at around 1 pm today. The Maruti auto was now being used by the Aam Aadmi Party's media coordinator Vandana Singh.
For that, he was arrested and charged for insulting and undermining the President.
Mr. Zvorwadza is a prominent anti-Mugabe campaigner who has led several demonstrations calling on the veteran leader to step down.
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McCallister said that some of those neighbors are the reason she and her husband were able to grab necessities and get out. Officials are telling residents who are under mandatory evacuation orders to stay away until an all-clear order is given.
Speaking during a press conference in Harare this Wednesday, Minister Chikukwa said illegal vendors and kombi operators should move to designated sites as stated in their operating letters issued by the Harare City Council. Hardly can anyone tell if that was ever done.
With that, it urged the government of Zimbabwe to investigate all allegations of human rights violations, prosecute and punish acts of torture to bring justice to the victims.
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