Police Silent on Disapperance of Tsvangirai Aide's Belongings

Mudzingwa told RadioVOP in an exclusive interview from his Avenues clinic bed, in Harare on Wednesday, that he lost his valuables to unidentified security agents who abducted him last December, and up to now had not received them.

“Upon my abduction some unidentified men took my black pair of shoes, driver’s license wallet with US$ 320 and some businesscards in it, belt, and my car. When we got to Chikurubi Maximum Prison I lodged a complaint and we made an application to the police through the Prisons Officer-In-Charge, who called my police investigating officer who up to now has not given me any response as to who took my valuables and where they are."

“I am not a bitter  man, despite the abductions and torture I went through which include denial of medication and food which I am confident were clear attempts to eliminate me for belonging to MDC. I believe this nation needs national healing and I think I should also play my part in that process. I also want to warn those who are anti-the inclusive government to respect the will of the people and allow Zimbabwe to move forward,” added Mudzingwa.

Mudzingwa and Kisimusi Ndhamini are still detained at the private clinic after they were last Friday released on bail.

The two including Zimbabwe Peace Project Director and former ZBC newscaster Jestina Mukoko and freelance journalist Shadreck Manyere were together with several other MDC activists abducted in December last year and later charged and detained at Chikurubi Maximum Prison being accused of plotting to topple the Mugabe led Government. RadioVOP