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  • NCA activist arrested for sticking up Vote NO campaign posters
    National Constitutional Assembly (NCA)
    March 13, 2013

    National Constitutional Assembly activist Prince Masukusa was on Monday 11 March 2013, arrested for sticking up NCA ‘Take Charge’ posters at Machipisa Shopping Centre.

    The NCA is urging the people of Zimbabwe to vote no at the referendum.

    Masukusa is currently in detention at Machipisa Police Station.

    The NCA condemns the continued harassment of members as we approach the referendum, which cast doubt over the credibility of the referendum.

    We note that the police are acting in a partisan manner as they are not subjecting those campaigning for the yes vote to such harassment.

    We urge our supporters to remain vigilant in the wake of such cowardice acts by members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police.

    No amount of intimidation, threats or arrests will cow this revolutionary movement into submission. We remain steadfast and resilient in our campaign for a genuine people driven constitution.

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