Harare - A petrol bomb hit the home of top Zimbabwe opposition official and former finance minister Tendai Biti Tuesday, a party spokesman said, the second such attack in three years.
“Our secretary general, Tendai Biti told us that his house was attacked early this morning,” Douglas Mwonzora, of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), told AFP, adding the explosion did not injure anyone.
Mwonzora said the petrol bomb hit the security wall of the Harare house and was likely the work of long ruling President Robert Mugabe and his party.
“The attack bears the fingerprints of ZANU-PF,” he said.
Police could not comment.