ACTIVIST, Patson Dzamara has said he will soldier on and continue fighting Zanu PF’s tyranny following an alleged attack and kidnap attempt on him on the eve of a planned demonstration last week.
Source: No devil from hell nor Zanu PF can stop me: Dzamara – NewsDay Zimbabwe November 24, 2016
BY OBEY MANAYITI
Dzamara was hospitalised after he was brutally assaulted and had his vehicle burnt to a shell by suspected State-sponsored militias.
In an interview following his discharge from hospital on Tuesday, the younger brother of missing activist, Itai, Dzamara said no amount of intimidation would force him to cower.
“The harder you hit a tennis ball, the higher it bounces. I have been discharged, and I am recovering well, no major injuries and raring to go. I still have something to give. I am not finished yet. I am bigger than this. I am a testimony and I know who I am,” he said.
“I am a child of God, anointed and appointed for such a time as this. No devil from hell nor Zanu PF can stop me. I am not back to join spectators, rumour mongers, naysayers or vain analysts, but I am back to hit with a big stick, as always. I can, I will and I must. To hell with the devil and his Zanu PF agents, they have been defeated already.”
Dzamara said there was a lot of confusion created by misguided elements over citizens’ movements and opposition parties.
He said they would be working towards galvanising efforts of citizens’ movement with those of the opposition parties in order to “decapitate” Zanu PF.
“There is only one God and I will never be afraid of any other human being. If they did this thinking it would break me, too bad, this has made me stronger. It has emboldened my resolve to fight for freedom, justice and ultimately a better Zimbabwe,” he said.