chris mutsvangwa 06-03-11.jpgPolitical analysts have described the recent bombings of the Gweru Zanu PF office as an unfortunate ploy by the country’s detractors to present Zimbabwe as a country in conflict and as a way of derailing the elections expected in 2012.

Political analyst, Mr Goodson Nguni said it is unfortunate that people can get to the extremes of using a tired tactic all in a bid to deceive the international world about the status quo that prevails in the country.

“According to what the America Embassy reported, the MDC has got youth gangs that claimed to have bombed Zanu PF houses, Zanu PF offices and ZUPCO buses. Initially, the MDC denied that they were involved but now we know that there are gangs of people trained to bomb Zanu PF offices,” said Mr Nguni.

Another political analyst, Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa said the arsonists involved in the Gweru incident are agents of the regime change agenda, adding that the unknown thugs are desperate to use every trick in the book to ensure their goals are achieved.

 

“Those [British and American] elements who thought that they would come back as regime change champions are now very frustrated and this is why they are trying to use every trick to cause chaos in the country and effect regime change,” he said.

He said all this is a desperate strategy by some movements who are against the holding of elections in 2012.

Since the formation of the inclusive government, Zimbabwe has witnessed sporadic incidents of violence with police indicating that the MDC-T party topped the list of perpetrating the hostile activities.