Stories that there is an impending coup in Zimbabwe has been dismissed by the National Security Council has as a lie.
Home Affairs Minister, Kazembe Kazembe claimed there are lots of anti-government activism in the country in which foreign diplomats are also culpable.
Opposition figures and church leaders spewing ‘false prophecies’ are the sources peddling the rumour according to Kazembe.
The security agency claimed the country is stable and there is no cause for alarm accusing the allies of former President Robert Mugabe and some opposition leaders of peddling the ‘fake news’ to stir instability in the country.
Lockdown which began in March in the country has been eased a little last month but people were still blocked blocked from accessing central Harare by armed police officers.
The opposition claimed not being able to access Harare was devised by the government to frustrate inhibit opponents activities, as some opposition members were arrested last week for breaching lockdown rules.
The opposition claimed the government is using lockdown to promote selfish agenda against them.
Zimbabwe gained indolence from Britain in 1980 following lengthy guerrilla war. and Zanu party won elections and late Robert Mugabe became prime minister.