Victim Of Army Brutality Reaches Out To Mnangagwa

Good Morning Mr President.

Last night my brother’s car broke down a few metres after the state house. Realizing that it was a restricted area, he disembarked from the vehicle and proceeded to push his car towards Botanical Gardens. Please note the car broke down in the area between Royal Harare Golf club and the Ministry of Agriculture.

Soldiers proceeded to brutally assault him for some time and because his phone was off, he could not call anyone for help. According to him, they attacked him, made him do physical exercises, roll on the dusty surface, took off his shoes and started beating him under his feet, punched and slapped him.

After that, they released him.  He continued to push his car away from the zone. When he was in a region where he felt he was safe he decided to sleep.

At 07:00 this morning, a Botanical Gardens security guard assisted him by contacting his family. When my mother got there to assist the security guard said he saw the brutal attack but could not assist as he also feared for his dear life assuming that the soldiers would beat him too.

As my brother narrates the ordeal, he can hardly control his tears because he is failing to come to terms or comprehend why he was subjected to such torment.

Is this what we celebrated for in November 2017 with the soldiers? Is this what your new dispensation is all about?

You will probably not respond to this or care but I needed it to be on record that I put it forward to my President that this is what transpired while you enjoyed a pleasant evening with your family.

Brutal torture of one of your citizens by the men who are meant to be protecting us.

This is not a special case, this has been happening even during the days of your predecessor. I might live to regret this post but with such kind of torture from our armed forces coupled by the current situation in Zimbabwe, kusiri kufa ndekupi.

I respect you and your office.

My name is (Kuda Nyemba) and this is not a ghost Facebook account