Is this leadership or slavery in disguise?

Politics will always be politics, but when human rights seem to be jeopardized, Moral Digest steps in.

The world read with dismay the alleged inhuman treatment and arrests of nurses in Zimbabwe by the country's security outfit simply because the health workers protested over pay.

                                              One of the arrested nurses in Zimbabwe

This is the same country in which three opposition MDC-Alliance activists disappeared in May after being detained by police while on their way to an anti-government protest

It was later reported that the three women were found badly injured by the outskirts of Harare of which they alleged being abducted, sexually abused, and forced to drink their urine.

                 Opposition youth leader Cecilia Chimbiri was hospitalized after the abduction and torture

Rather than fishing out the abusers, the authorities got the women arrested, charging them of 'lying' about their abduction and torture.

Even though the UN through their human rights experts, released a statement that called on Zimbabwe to end such torture and abductions, the people expect more actions from the global orchestrator of peace if humanity will still repose confidence in it.

Zimbabwe is not the only African country with this inhuman treatment of the citizens by their leaders. Subscribing here gives access to the many unheard cases of bad leadership and injustice across the continent and the world at large. 

We hope the global peace body is not waiting for a holocaust before they take appropriate actions.

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