The hidden hand of the MDC Alliance and Crisis Coalition in Zimbabwe (CCZ) for fanning violence has been exposed through a leaked telephone conversation between CCZ leader, Rashid Mahiya and MDC-T Spokesperson, Linda Masarira.
In the conversation, Mahiya is restraining Masarira from divulging the secret details relating to the training of a terror gang to unleash violence in the name of advancing Chamisa’s agenda to make the country ungovernable.
The ZBC News is in possession of the leaked telephone conversation, which indicate that the recent violent protests which rocked the country were not a spontaneous reaction to the fuel price hikes but a well calculated ploy by some trained MDC Alliance insurgents to wreak havoc and make Zimbabwe ungovernable should Chamisa not ascend to the presidency.
Contacted for comment, Masarira revealed that she is in hiding in South Africa following threats on her life from her former comrades for her decision to expose the evil plot.
She alleged that her former comrades are angry after she made calls for them to now advance the national economic agenda.
Masarira has also made a passionate plea for political actors behind the instigation of violence to bear allegiance to the country and be peaceful rather than continue chasing self serving personal interests.
The government has revealed that it is aware of the well orchestrated plan by some western nations who funded civil society organisations and the MDC Alliance to engage in violent protests so that the nation becomes ungovernable all in a bid to push for regime change.
Meanwhile, three opposition political parties, Thokozani Khupe’s MDC-T, Trust Chihora’s Coalition of Democrats and Lucia Matibenga’s People’s Development Party have called on the government, civil society and all political parties to converge for national dialogue.
The parties, which announced themselves as the ‘progressive development parties’ said national dialogue is meant for discussing the roadmap for getting Zimbabwe out of its current crisis.
The call for dialogue without any conditionalities comes at a time the MDC Alliance has remained in election mode and refusing to accept the election results and calling for dialogue with conditions that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s legitimacy be deliberated first.
The government has maintained that any negotiations can only ensue if the MDC Alliance acknowledges that President Emmerson Mnangagwa is the legitimate and duly elected President of the Republic of Zimbabwe.
Source – ZBC