Monday, February 2, 2015
How the bastards stole your vote
The manner in which the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) conducted the 31st July, 2013 general election has been the subject of much discussion. This report, coming as it does sixteen months after the poll, may seem outdated. However, several events over this period make it necessary to highlight and bring to the fore once more ZEC’s conduct of the 2013 ballot. The document below is a must read for those who want to get an insight of the depth of electoral fraud in Zimbabwe.
Jonathan Moyo, Emmerson Mnangagwa, General Constantine Chiwenga, Saviour Kasukuwere and Patrick Zhuwawo were at the centre of what later became known as "The 2013 Election Grand Theft". The theft was masterminded by an evil company known as NIKUV, which is well known for propping up dictators and undermining democracy by using its fraudulent data manipulation system. The company was censored in Zambia after its attempt in subverting the will of Zambian voters by manipulating electoral data. For the 2013 Election Grand Theft alone, the Nikuv bosses pocketed US$10 million as a reward for manipulating data on behalf of the discredited and sunset Zanu PF leader Robert Mugabe.
Come 2018 election some of us in the MDC Renewal Team are prepared to stand in the line of fire in defence of our vote and the right to purse happiness. Part of defending our vote will involve a determined and relentless effort to have reforms implemented or else we will not take part in the elections.