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    US Citizen Insulted Bob Mugabe On Twitter Arrested In Harare

    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has punched back hard on western smearing slurs that seeking to bring violence in Zimbabwe.

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    Martha O'Donovan she is US citizen and political cohort that works for Magamba TV in Zimbabwe funded by International NGOs. 
    Police in Zimbabwe have arrested a U.S. citizen for insulting President Robert Mugabe on Twitter. 
    Zimbabwean national police arrested Martha O’Donovan, a cohort who works for Global Fellowship of Human Rights Symposium, one of the international NGOs masquerading as promoter of human rights in Sub-Saharan African nations mainly in Zimbabwe,South Africa,Zambia and others. These noneprofit organizations spread political subversion through social media like Facebook,Twitter and Whats-app example (" #ThisFlag " ) an online movement in Zimbabwe that went viral on internet last year to bring down Mugabe's government through violence). O'Donovan, she runs television outlet that known as Magamba TV in capital Harare owned by that same international organization, of which the Zimbabwean Intelligence made a reference to support evidence behind who created these social media campaigns and whose specially funded them. 

    She was arrested during a dawn raid at her home in the capital Harare today on Friday 03 November 2017, according to Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights' (ZLHR)
     report, in media.

    O’Donovan was arrested after posted a tweet that allegedly insulted the 93-year-old Zimbabwe president, said ZLHR. The arrest is believed to be the first since the government of Zimbabwe created a ministry in October 201responsible for
     cyber security, threat detection and social media flaws mitigation in October.
    Martha O’Donovan and Munyaradzi Dodo, staging digital activism movement through Magamba TV with hashtags in Zimbabwe. 
    The secret sources believed US government is responsible for organizing these subtle color revolutions to instigate Zimbabwean youths for revolution. Using modern technology of soft-power to install subliminal and innocuous messages into people's brains, especially young Africans.Things like ( #ThisFlag; #Tajamuka, #Hatichatya; #BeatThePot; and other technical apparitions) aimed to bring conflicts among the Zimbabwean people. The color revolutions is extremely dangerous since many people don't understand how it works even the people who directly involved in the activities wouldn't pick up any clue, because the message of color revolution movement are being exacerbated beyond human subconscious's level. 
    The U.S. Embassy in Harare confirmed the report and now aware of the arrest of an American citizen. “Our consular services have been directly in contact with the American citizen and have confirmed that she is being represented by counsel,” David McGuire, public affairs officer at the U.S. Embassy in Harare, said. “We will continue to monitor the situation but due to privacy considerations we’re not going to be able to comment further at this time.”
    ZLHR said that O’Donovan was detained at Harare Central police station. The nonprofit group said that O’Donovan was arrested regarding a tweet she apparently posted during a recent youth festival that took place in Zimbabwe in late September and early October. The tweet in question “referred to a certain Goblin, whose wife and step sons imported a Rolls Royce vehicle. However, such offensive comment and insulting on tweet does not make any mention of the president’s name,” said ZLHR. 
    ZLHR said that police confiscated O’Donovan’s electronic devices during the raid, which was carried out in accordance with a search warrant granted by a magistrate on Thursday.
    Mugabe’s government created the cyber security ministry after facing unprecedented new age of protesters who use social media like Facebook and Twitter in targeting the president who has ruled the country since its independence in 1980.
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    Zimbabwean pastor Evan Mawarire, pictured with the national flag in Harare ruining #ThisFlag movement calling for change in Zimbabwe:19 May 2016.
    A social media movement named #ThisFlag, launched by Harare pastor Evan Mawarire, attracted thousands of followers and prompted a national shutdown of many businesses in July 2016. Mawarire has faced charges of subversion and inciting public violence but says he was recently cleared.
    Rights groups criticized the creation of the cyber security ministry as an attempt by the government to muzzle opposition, particularly ahead of elections scheduled for 2018. Mugabe is slated to run as the ruling ZANU-PF coalition’s candidate in the elections.
    According to Zimbabwean law, undermining the authority of or insulting the president is a criminal offense and can result in a one-year prison sentence or a fine.

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