In a shocking tweet, Team Pachedu reported that ZANU-PF thugs have attacked the residence of a CCC polling agent, Archbald Nyamudeza, in Udinge Village, Nyanga Rural District Ward 14. The assailants also brutally assaulted his son, Lawrence Nyamudeza.
The residence of Archbald Nyamudeza was ransacked by individuals identified as ZANU-PF thugs. Lawrence Nyamudeza, his son, suffered a brutal assault at the hands of these thugs. The motive behind the attack is still unclear, but it has raised concerns about the safety of polling agents and political activists in the area.
Despite the severity of the incident, the police have remained conspicuously silent. This lack of action raises questions about the impartiality and effectiveness of law enforcement agencies in Zimbabwe.
According to Zimbabwean law, such acts of violence and intimidation are criminal offenses. The silence from the police could be seen as a violation of their duty to protect citizens and uphold the law.
The incident has sparked outrage on social media, with many condemning the attack and the subsequent police inaction. Political figures and activists have also weighed in, calling for immediate action and justice for the victims.
The attack on Archbald Nyamudeza’s residence and the brutal assault on his son are not just isolated incidents; they reflect a concerning trend of political violence in Zimbabwe. The silence from the police further exacerbates the situation, casting a shadow over the integrity of law enforcement agencies. Immediate action is needed to address these issues and ensure the safety and security of all citizens.