Police have denied ever receiving a report from the MDC-T where the Morgan Tsvangirai-led formation is claiming that its party headquarters were attacked.
Harare Provincial Police Spokesperson, Inspector James Sabau disputed claims that they had received any such report from the MDC-T despite allegations by the partyâ€™s deputy spokesperson that their Harvest House national offices were attacked.Â
“We are even surprised, we only saw an article in the press…..,” said Inspector Sabau.
The MDC-T is not new to controversies of violence claims and political analyst, Mr. Goodson Nguni has warned that all the drama could be stage-managed in the face of the upcoming Kimberley Process Certification Scheme Plenary session set to be held next week in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
“They are trying to create a basis that there’s human rights violations in Zimbabwe ahead of the forthcoming KP plenary session in DRC,” Mr. Nguni said.
In June this year, the partyâ€™s secretary general, Mr. Tendai Biti claimed his house had been bombed in what experts dismissed as cheap politicking.