Harare-More questions have emerged pertaining to the alleged abduction of the three MDC-A female activists after one of the abductees’ car, Harare West MP Joanah Mamombe, was found at Harare Central Police Station, NewsDay has reported.
Home Affairs minister Kazembe Kazembe during the weekend said the Government had instructed the police officers to conduct an investigation on the alleged abduction.
News Day added that Joanah Mamombe’s husband, Mfundo Mlilo, said the car which was found at Harare Central Police Station is the one which Joanah Mamombe was driving on Wednesday, the same day they staged a demonstration.
“They were arrested at the police roadblock. Police officers got into their car and ordered them to drive to the police station. At the police station, they were ordered into another car, leaving their car parked there. The keys got lost during the abduction and torture,” Mlilo said.
This follows after the police issued a statement denying reports that they had arrested the three female MDC-A activists.
In contrary to that, one of the alleged abducted activists, Chimbiri, claimed that they were taken to Harare Central Police Stations after they were arrested.
NewsDay said their news team went to Harare Central Police Station on Sunday and found silver Mercedes-Benz, registration number AFE 9222 parked just outside Harare Central Police Station. Further investigations by the NewsDay reveal that the car was registered in the name of Chisipite.
The three in question are Joanah Mamombe, Cecilia Chimbiri and Netsai Marova. They were allegedly arrested last week after leading a flash demonstration in Warren Park against the Government’s failure to help vulnerable citizens during the coronavirus national lockdown.
They were reportedly found badly beaten in Marondera rural on Thursday midnight.
Currently, the three are at a private medical centre in Waterfalls, Harare and their doctors are saying they are still traumatised after being sexually abused with a gun and forced to drink urine.