“Mnangagwa Has Nothing To Hide On Human Rights”: Foreign Affairs Ministry
The United Nations Human Rights Council will dispatch special rapporteurs to Zimbabwe to investigate and assess allegations of human rights abuses by State security agents, Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary James Manzou revealed.
He said in terms of human rights violations, President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his administration had nothing to hide considering that the country was on a new trajectory which was different from the old order under the leadership of former president Robert Mugabe.
Manzou said this while appearing before the Portfolio Committee on Foreign Affairs to appraise parliament on progress made in the re- engagement efforts made so far by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration.
He told parliament that Mnangagwa has already given the Council the nod to come to Zimbabwe because the government had nothing to hide.
“In terms of human rights, Zimbabwe and the President have nothing to hide. The Human Rights Council in Geneva wants to send special rapporteurs to Zimbabwe and the President has said let them come.”
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