5 December 2012

Zimbabwe: Welshman Ncube Party Turns Violent

press release

MDC Councillor for Ward 23 Nkayi South Brenda Mpofu has received death threats from Welshman Ncube led MDC party members for refusing to defect to their party.

Councillor Mpofu said, Welshman's party members descended on her at a developmental meeting on Thursday baying for her blood. The councillor had to seek refuge at a nearby school as Ncube led bloodthirsty thugs bayed for her blood.

The councillor has since enlisted the services of the Joint Monitoring Command as Welshman Party members are reported to have set base Zanu PF style in the area where they are terrorising residents.

The members are reported to be singing throughout the night while during the day they also distribute party cards and a dollar to each recipient.

The vote buying gimmick has failed to sway allegiance of staunch MDC members who have vowed to die for the party of excellence. The Welshman led party has become so desperate that they have started distributing party regalia, a bottle of cooking oil, bread and salt as to woo support.

The Ncube led thugs in charge of this terror in Nkayi are Tenson Ndlovu, Xolani Banda, Themba Magada Ncube and Mkhululi Ncube.

The MDC condemns the violence being perpetrated by the Ncube party thugs in Nkayi. The party of excellence believes that no amount of vote buying can stop desired change in the country. The party believes that those parties involved in violence, intimidation and archaic political gimmicks such as vote buying are deemed to fail.

The party calls on Jomic and the police to immediately arrest perpetrators of violence in line with the provisions of the GPA. The party of excellence is ready for real change and transformation and deplores terrorism, vote buying and intimidation in all its forms and manifestations.

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