Friday, March 06 2009
They were heading to their rural home in Buhera to celebrate his new appointment as Prime Minister a post he had assumed three weeks back.
MDC General Secretary Tendai Biti said if he had security this could not have happened. Like any Prime Minister anywhere in the world, they would not move alone. In most cases there are lead vehicles that warn motorists to clear the way for the premier's motorcade.
A minister in the Movement for Democratic Change(MDC) was quoted saying that ''the driver of the lorry was asleep at the time.'' The lorry that delivers medical supplies and AIDS drugs belongs to a partner of USAID.
Rema Namakula's 30th birthday celebration in Dubai
No wedding for me, I'm in it for the money-Sheilah Gashumba