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The leader of the MDC, Nelson Chamisa, on Saturday, blamed the government for a Rusape bus accident and claimed 46 people who left more injured.
He was going to address thousands of party followers who flourished at his Marondera rally at the Rudhaka Stadium.
"Look at our roads. They are now death traps. People are no longer confident with this government," said Chamisa.
The bus accident, which has since been declared a national disaster, has seen a Bolt Cutter and a Smart Express bus collided with an anniversary blamed for a mistake by one of them. drivers.
In his comments, Chamisa said that typical casualties of decades have fallen.
"The Government should invest in infrastructure to reduce headline accidents. In this day and in the world, we can not be talking about anniversary accidents. It's only in an economy that has fallen like this one; The head of accidents, "he said.
The leader of the opposition, which incorporated its 2018 election campaign on a promise to introduce bullet trains, should the government invest in smart ways to reduce the road carnage.
"We know that drivers also make mistakes but the government must be able to make sure that these accidents do not happen. We need to have roads intelligent … and give the best talk about accidents at the head, "he said.
Chamisa added, "With an appropriate government, those people would not have died and we would not get those accidents. The train now has no timetable and other transport operators do not operate more organizedly because There are more rules on these roads. "
Chamisa also asked her rally supporters to observe a minute of silence in memory of those who died in the tragic accident.