Staff Reporter – The Zimbabwe Daily

Harare, Zimbabwe – Poverty Liberation Movement (PLM), which encompasses various stakeholders including some members of the public, civil societies, and some opposition parties amongst others have warned the country’s President, Emmerson Mnangagwa against continued human rights violations.

The PLM is set to conduct a nationwide demonstration against the administration of the country’s President come July 31 2020.

“Illegal arrests and unscrupulous night antics of the regime on government critics is not going to be tolerated.

As PLM, we have noted with disgust and detest the unjust persecution of dissenting voices by state machinery ahead of the 31 July protests.

Within just a week, Emmerson Mnangagwa’s panic stricken regime besieged homes of Hon. Job Sikhala and ARTUZ president Obert Masaraure, in the wee hours of the night in a foiled bid to abduct the duo. The duo’s only crime is speaking on behalf of the suffering masses.

As PLM, we would like to state it clear that any further harassment through night shinenigans by state actors on citizens is not going to be tolerated.

Abductions and illegal arrests can never solve the poverty question but can only fuel public wrath ahead of 31 July.

As PLM, we are going to retaliate in full force at the persecution of citizens’ leaders,” read a statement issued out by the PLM.