Minister of Tourism and Hospitality Industry Walter Mzembi has urged activists and social groups to register their dissatisfaction through voting and not by engaging in violent protests.
Addressing the media in Harare on Monday, Mzembi said:
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Last year’s event (protests) where people were protesting on the streets, torching tyres and that appearing on global mainstream media at the time we were having the UN General Assembly, do not assist anybody because we have agreed as a nation , constitutionally, that we will vent our frustrations with each other in the ballot box.
We are a constitutional democracy, we don’t have to go into the streets to magnify or amplify your grievances. We must celebrate our peace and security that we enjoy in the country and in as much as maintaining stability is concerned, this should be a united effort,
Walter Mzembi is a Zimbabwean politician and a former member of the ruling Zanu-PF party. He is also the former Minister of Foreign Affairs. He is the current president of People's Party which was formed in November 2019. Mzembi previously had served as the Minister... Read More About Walter Mzembi