Itai Dzamara, a critic of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe, has been missing since March 9, 2015. It is feared that the Mugabe regime has abducted him, and that his safety and life are under severe threat. It is expected that if he is harmed or found murdered, whoever is found responsible, no matter who, will be punished with the full force of the law. It would be best, if he has been abducted, if he were returned safely to his home at once.

Itai Dzamara was hospitalized in November 2014 after being savagely beaten by Zimbabwean police, because he publicly called for the resignation of President Robert Mugabe. (Image source: Kumbirai Mafunda)

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