Japajapa incites violence
2 August 2018
… I am going to call for chaos
CONTROVERSIAL activist, Paddington Japajapa on Tuesday told the media that he would trigger chaos in the country to force the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission to announce an MDC Alliance win after Monday’s harmonised elections.
The video where Japajapa made the threats outside the ZEC command centre has been trending on social media.
Below is Paddington Japajapa’s statement in full . . .
“If people come to rallies it means they appreciate the candidate, you cannot follow a candidate whom you cannot vote for.
So we are saying all those people who were coming for example in Mkoba the Stadium was full to capacity with more than 45 000 people.
In Mutare I attended, in Masvingo I attended. Chamisa was pulling more than 30- 40 000 and now we are seeing a different scenario altogether.
So we are saying, as people of Zimbabwe, this is a watershed election it’s a do or die we are not going to accept this rubbish.
ZEC must do the right thing by announcing the proper results. Failure to do this as a leader of a Civic organisation I am going to call for chaos in this country, we are not concerned about the consequences, we want the right thing to be done.
“And we are going to have an audit of this election and if there are any irregularities I am sorry as civic society organisations we are not going to accept this rubbish.
“Uchingoona kubvira pane seven announced aya unotoona kuti maelections aya akutobirirrwa kare, manyepo aya…”