Bishop Magaya said this Tuesday while he was leading the Itai Dzamara prayer which was held to mark the scribeâ€™s 11th month of disappearance.
Dzamara was abducted on 9 March by suspected state security agents while having a haircut at a Glen View barbershop.
Ahead of the abduction, he was demanding that â€œfailedâ€ Robert Mugabe should step down for ruining the countryâ€™s economy.
â€œWe bemoan and lament the fact that 11 months after Itai Dzamara was abducted, his whereabouts are still unknown and there is no trace of him and there is not an aorta of remorse on the part of President Mugabe and his colleagues,â€ said Bishop Magaya.
â€œThere is no indication that they do regret and lament that under their leadership people still disappear and yet they are the custodians of the constitution; we are very sad to say that.â€
Bishop Magaya said despite governmentâ€™s reluctance to search and bring back Dzamara, Zimbabweans have demonstrated that they are able to speak their minds on the issue.
â€œHowever, what we want to encourage Zimbabweans to do is that they need to be definers of their own destiny as I have always said; and this time around let it be registered that never again shall any Zimbabwean be abducted and we fold our hands; we must apply pressure,â€ he said.
Bishop Magaya, who chairs the Itai Dzamara Trust, said this week they were going to seek an appointment with Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
â€œI have already drafted a letter to him (Mnangagwa) and we are going to send it this week; we pray that he is going to give us audience,â€ Magaya said.
Bishop Magaya first revealed plans to engage Mnangagwa on the Dzamara issue last month.Post published in: Featured