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Tajamuka urges Zimbabweans a peaceful protest

Tajamuka/Sesjkile campaign has called upon every Zimbabwean to join in a peaceful protest against President Emmerson Mnangagwa regime’s failure to solve the economic unrest in the country.

Tajamuka urged all Zimbabweans to participate in the demonstration against the Mnangagwa government for causing poverty in the country. Tajamuka said there was need for a peaceful election without violence and also not vandalizing shops or any kind of a building.

We are calling upon all willing citizens guided by the constitution of Zimbabwe, we are calling for non-violent peaceful shutdown in this country on the first of July…”

Tajamuka said the Mnangagwa government had promised a better live hood for the Zimbabweans and warned ED to come up with new ideas to solve the economic crisis.

Tajamuka said the austerity measures implemented by the Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube are not working for the poor but Government officials were the ones benefiting at the expenses of the majority.

The Tajamuka alleges that their messenger was harassed and threatened at Munhumutapa when he delivered the message, although President Emmerson Mnangagwa claims his door is open for everyone.

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