“I woke on Monday and found a bullet on my car with a brief note that said I should desist from politics or I will suffer the consequences,” said Shoko.
The former Mayor of Chitungwiza said he did not report the matter to the police.
“I could not report the matter to the police, but I took it to the MDC security who promised to take the matter to JOMIC,” said Shoko.
“I think it’s an UZI bullet, but at the moment I think that there are a lot of guns that are not registered and therefore it could be difficult to ascertain who the owner of the gun is,” he said.
While the MDC managed to have its rally on Sunday with no incidents of violence, there is a festering discontent on the ground, and Shoko said that the bullet was a clear testimony that there were some people still bent on tactics of intimidation.Post published in: News