Independent presidential candidate Saviour Kasukuwere remains undeterred by threats of arrest as he prepares to return to Zimbabwe from South Africa to seek support ahead of the August 23 elections.
Kasukuwere, one of the 11 candidates vying for Zimbabwe’s Presidency, asserts that he is diligently conducting groundwork and plans to actively campaign within the country.
Responding to allegations of politically motivated intentions, Police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi dismisses such claims.
He emphasized that the police force operates independently from political influence and stated that when warrants are issued by the courts, it is their duty to effect arrests and present individuals before the appropriate legal proceedings.
As the election season unfolds, the political landscape in Zimbabwe is witnessing the active participation of various candidates, each striving to engage voters and promote their respective agendas. The upcoming elections are expected to be closely watched, with citizens eagerly awaiting the campaigns and policies put forth by the candidates.
It remains to be seen how Saviour Kasukuwere’s return to the country and his campaign efforts will unfold in the coming weeks.