War Veterans Form Breakaway Group, Slam Mnangagwa Govt Impunity

A group of war veterans aligned to the ruling Zanu-PF have dumped the Christopher Mutsvangwa-led Zimbabwe Liberation War Veterans Association, claiming the partisan welfare group was now firmly in the pocket of the ruling party, to a point of failing to see the shortcomings of the country's leaders. The faction claim their reputation as the country's liberators was now tainted by cases of gross human rights violations committed to please politicians.

Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association Secretary-General Victor Matemadanda (centre) flanked by Spokesperson Douglas Mahiya (left), Vice Chairman Headman Moyo( right) and other provincial executive members (file photo).

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