We'll Arrest Opposition Leader If He Inaugurates Himself - Zimbabwe's Minister
The Zimbabwe’s justice minister Ziyambi Ziyambi has said that the opposition leader Nelson Chamisa will be arrested and incarcerated if he go ahead with his proposed plan of being sworn in as the country president this Saturday.
It will be recalled that the opposition leader hhas said he will be “inaugurated by the people” at the party’s 19th anniversary celebrations in Harare on Saturday.
And sequel to that, the Justice Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi said what Chamisa's Movement For Democratic Change (MDC) alliance is planning to do is “a serious breach of the law”. He said only the country’s chief justice is allowed to inaugurate a president.
“We are going to arrest him if he does that. Those who are mandated to maintain peace and law are ready to arrest him,” the minister told the private Daily News.
“It is unfortunate that he can’t accept reality and move on as an opposition leader,” Ziyambi said.
Chamisa is still smarting from what he says was a stolen election on July 30, which saw President Emmerson Mnangagwa declared the winner with 50.6% of the vote, compared to his own 44.3%.
The MDC Alliance leader told supporters at a rally in Chitungwiza last weekend that “the person who was voted for by the people should be inaugurated by the people,” according to New Zimbabwe.
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