- Chamisa advised to join Mnangagwa’s clean-up campaign
- Armed police blocks Chitungwiza residents
THE Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) on Friday blocked the opposition MDC from carrying out their scheduled clean up campaign in Chitungwiza.
Police blocked the campaign that was launched two weeks ago advising Nelson Chamisa to join President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s campaign.
The residents were shocked as trucks of armed police officers rolled in this morning to block in members of the opposition MDC who had gathered for their national clean up campaign.
The opposition’s clean up Jekesa Zimbabwe campaign was introduced two weeks ago by party president Nelson Chamisa at a party rally dubbed 2020 National Agenda.
Chamisa’s campaign clashes with Mnangagwa’s clean up campaign which he launched in February 2019 with the aim of motivating citizens to be smart.
In a letter written to the MDC Chitungwiza South legislator Maxwell Mavhunga, police advised the opposition party to join the government in its national clean up campaign which falls every first Friday of every month.
“We are of the opinion that you join others in the presidential clean up which Carrie’s out on the first Friday of every month,” read the letter written by Chief Superintendent Mujiwa.