Youth Forum board treasurer Isheunesu Moyo has been detained this afternoon by plain clothes policemen following a swoop at his Belgravia offices hardly 15 minutes after the police ordered the Youth Forum secretariat to vacate their offices within 24hrs.
Mr. John Mutonono of Chadyiwa Legal Practitioners who has been battling throughout the whole day to secure Moyo’s release said the Youth Forum Board Treasurer has been arrested for malicious injury to property following a report that has been made to police by our proprietor who has been battling to evict us from his premises in order to secure office space for the ministry of policy implementation in president Mugabe’s office. This move has been vindicated since early this year by numerous visits to our offices by men in dark glasses with different vehicles and at times driving vehicles with no registration numbers whom we have largely believed to beÂ members of the dreaded Central Intelligence Organization (CIO) notoriously infamous for abusing President Robert Mugabe’s political opponents.Â
We strongly believe that this coordinated daylight assault on the Youth Forum and its Trustees is well calculated and targeted to pacify dissention ahead of the crucial joint election following numerous press adverts and public awareness campaigns by the Youth Forum which warned the government from stealing the coming election lest Zimbabwe will degenerate into chaos following massive unrest by the youths.Â
Meanwhile, the police have removed all the posters which were on the walls at our offices and have vowed to use this as evidence in court against Moyo in a case involving malicious injury to property which is set to be heard in court this Friday.
The Youth Forum has since hired a private company to remove all its office equipment and furniture for safe keeping. This follows advice from our lawyers that the rogue regime in its worst desperate state since independence may plant guns and other weapons at the offices in an attempt to fix us.
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