Tsvangirai seeks divine intervention


HARARE – Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai held a prayer meeting over the weekend, as he sought divine intervention to the country’s problems.

The former prime minister held meetings with party structures in the Harare province over the weekend.

Posting on his Facebook page, the opposition leader, said: “Had a hectic weekend meeting party structures in Harare. We also took time to pray for the nation because right now, no one can tell where this country is going.”

Tsvangirai said he desisted from participating in violence after the July polls.

He alleged that Zanu PF was clueless on how to tackle the economic challenges facing the country.

“Those in government are clueless on how to take the country forward. After the July 31 electoral theft, merchants of chaos expected a revolt, but I encouraged the people to remain peaceful,” Tsvangirai said.

“Since the chaos that Zanu PF thrives on did not materialise after the stolen election, they are creating conditions for anarchy by moving to demolish innocent people’s homes.

“Instead of acting to avert hunger and unemployment stalking the country, they are busy exposing the people to more poverty.”

Luke Tamborinyoka, Tsvangirai’s spokesperson, said his boss met party members in Harare over the weekend.
The government has mulled demolishing illegal structures in Harare in a move that has been widely condemned.

Tsvangirai has hit the campaign trail as he goes back to the people.

Last week on Wednesday he visited Glen View and Budiriro and on Thursday he was in Highfield and Glen Norah.

This week he is due to hold rallies in Harare North, Harare West and Mt Pleasant constituencies.

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