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CHAMISA APPEARS BEFORE THE MOTLANTHE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY.
Chamisa appears before the Motlanthe Commission of Inquiry.
27 November 2018 | 19:33

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Nelson Chamisa distanced his party from post-election protests on Monday, which took place on the 1st August 2018, in which six people were killed and several others wounded after soldiers opened fire on them.

Testifying during an inquiry probing the killing of the six people, Nelson Chamisa of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), said his party was not a perpetrator, but rather a victim of state-sponsored violence.


Chamisa told the commission of inquiry chaired by the former president of South Africa Kgalema Motlanthe, that history is replete with examples of how they were victims of violence, and he denied claims that the six victims died after being attacked by the supporters of his MDC party.



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