Union activists and human rights defenders accused Zimbabwe's security forces of kidnapping a medical union leader who disappeared during a strike he co-organized on Sunday, after sending a WhatsApp message Saturday night stating he was "from been abducted to three men ".
The ZHDA accused the security forces of hijacking him for his role in organizing work stoppages.
A few dozen doctors and nurses who receive less than $ 200 a month marched in Harare on Sunday to protest his disappearance.
Slogans on the improvised posters were "Free Dr Magombeyi Unharmed Now" and "No Dr Peter, No Work": Simple. "
The Zimbabwean police issued a statement to investigate the matter but warned against it Raise abduction allegations that could harm the image of the country
"The possibility of involving a third force d in the alleged kidnapping for political reasons and to uphold the human rights violations narrative before the upcoming United Nations General Assembly can not be ruled out.
The United Nations General Assembly meets in New York this week.
Striking doctors are demanding wage increases in a country that is still experiencing high inflation after decades of economic crisis under former President Robert Mugabe, who passed away a week ago. Fuel and food shortages.
reach him after he sent the alarming message were unsuccessful, "the ZHDA said in a statement in which he explained his release and protest called by doctors.
Before he disappeared, Magombeyi had said he had received threatening phone calls and messages on his page.
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Lawyers Association called for his release.
"Expressing your concern about poor working conditions is not a privilege," it said.
Zimbabwe's once vaunted public health system has deteriorated after years of neglect under the Mugabe regime, and doctors complain of lack of care and conditions.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was elected Mugabe's successor following his impeachment in 201
A fuel price doubling measure sparked nationwide protests this year over crackdown on opposition and clashes that killed 17 people when soldiers opened fire.