Opposition Leader Rallies Zimbabweans Towards 31 July Mass Action

Transform Zimbabwe President Jacob Ngarivhume has urged Zimbabweans to voice out against economic and political challenges facing the country through a mass action slated for the 31st of July 2020.

Source: Opposition Leader Rallies Zimbabweans Towards 31 July Mass Action – The Zimbabwean

Jacob Ngarivhume

Posting on Twitter, Ngarivhume accused the Zanu PF government of plundering the country resources while criminalizing dissent, which he said force Zimbabweans to take action and free themselves.

Below is Ngarivhume’s full thread…

31 July is a day for your voice to be heard. Zimbabwe has been plundered by selfish, self serving politicans who do not care how many lives they destroy in their quest for money and power.

Our work leading up to that day starts now. Our brothers and sisters in the police and army have been weaponized against us for too long. We must challenge them now to consider the facts and see that those in power have committed serious crimes against Zimbabwe.

31 July is not a political agenda but a people agenda. To give a voice to mothers watching helplessly as their children go hungry. To give a voice to the man in his 40s who hasn’t had a steady job for 20years.

As a people we must realize there is nothing we cannot do. The sky is the limit for what we can accomplish when we clear the path of forces that have acted against us for so long. We can see our promised land, our God given destiny. It is fine to move towards it!!!

 

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    Name *chiremba wematombo 5 months ago

    Ngarivhume deserves the support of every right thinking Zimbabwean!!!

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    David 5 months ago

    Im sorry to say this but the average Zimbabwean does not have the courage to stand up to the regime. I hope I am proved wrong but I fear this will be another dud. 

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    Papa Flint 5 months ago

    If this guy called Ngarivhume can not tell us what exactly is to be achieved and what we benefit from it, then he is another political misfit. Come on Ngarivhume, what makes you think I will get food and a job after the demonstration. That would be a miracle. I don’t like miracles. I think you can advise us on how to work hard and feed and not spending the whole day making unproductive efforts. That certainly will make my situation worse off.

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    Papa Flint 5 months ago

    Who cares

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      Fallenz 5 months ago

      Well, Zimbabwe cares, the Diaspora cares, the World cares.  Are Zimbabweans hungry, do they have jobs, is there government and crony corruption that has drained the coffers, or did those US dollars, diamonds, and gold disappear by magic?  A showing of dissatisfaction by those who have lost jobs and can not buy food should gain attention.  The government should care, but their inaction has proven they are the government of the few.  It is minority rule all over again, and once again the people are slaves.  Do you care..???