Evan Mawarire arriving at police station this morning. Later after this he was arrested by the Police in Zimbabwe. After the arrest the Police have gone to his offices and searched the place for evidence. What is more horrible and shows the state of impunity, if it is true! That the Police have searched the church of the Pastor, while he is detained at the CID.
As this is the charge:
“Pastor Evan Mawarire charged with section 36 for inciting public violence and disturbing peace” (The Hearald, 12.07.2016).
So the Zanu-PF contines with their oppressive behaviour they are famous for. Now they have taken a Pastor, who happens to be Activist for Peaceful Demonstrations where they questioning the ruling regime and their President; as any citizen should do! So if it is to demonstrate against a government who feeds itself and their loyal cronies, while leaving the citizens is a crime; than the jails of Zimbabwe should be built bigger and by my estimation on funds from China, by Chinese Contrators too. That is for another day, as the faild Zanu-PF government continues to tornment and oppress their own. The Pastor Evan Mawarire is just a symbol of the failed state and their inactivity. Peace.
“12 July 2016 – Listen to the full interview with Zimbabwean activist Pastor Evan Mawarire who is leading the #ThisFlag movement and calling for an end to corruption and police brutality. Mawarire reported to Zimbabwe police authorities on Tuesday” (eNCA, 2016)
“Zimbabwe President, Robert Mugabe has lashed out at the opposition parties including his former vice president. Mugabe says his detractors are working with white South Africans to oust his government. He told thousands of party supporters to be wary of the enemy. President Mugabe was speaking to thousands of party supporters, the first time he has done so following a series of strikes and unrest over the worsening economy” (SABC Digital, 2016)
“The Zimbabwe Communist Group says the time has come for a revolution for a revolution north of South Africa’s border. The group addressed the media in in Johannesburg on Friday morning following the recent unrest in our neighbouring country” (Jacaranda, 2016).