Dear United Nations,
A very interesting observation is that during the initial hearings by the Motlanthe-led Commission of Inquiry into the August 1, 2018 killings of innocent civilians by the army, the Commission said all those persons who had been named for involvement in the shootings would be brought before the Commission to explain themselves.
Emmerson Mnangagwa has been mentioned several times during the hearing, including by Obert Mpofu (see web link below) who confirmed that it was Emmerson Mnangagwa who ordered the army to be deployed to shoot unarmed civilians. Realising that they could not continue to refuse to invite Mnangagwa to explain his position, the Commission abruptly closed the hearings, yet the person who instructed the army to shoot would have been the most important person to give evidence.
This is not the Zimbabwe that we want.