Zimbabweans to hold Solidarity March in support of ZDF removing Mugabe

Zimbabweans will tomorrow (18 November) hold a solidarity march in support of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) in removing President Robert Mugabe. This comes after reports that President Mugabe is refusing to resign. The March will start at 9AM at Robert Mugabe square in Harare and people will proceed to State House.

According to Viva Zimbabwe leader Acie Lumumba, the march has the support of War Veterans and senior members of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces. Lumumba assured Zimbabweans that the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) will not arrest anyone. View the video below for more information:

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2 comments on “Zimbabweans to hold Solidarity March in support of ZDF removing Mugabe

  1. Not he will leave office Oneday! Leading Country it is not like going to Edineni it is an Intrisc or Responsibity many things are involded it is not like walking out Madlodlo Big Bowa ot Ekwezi Beer Garden or Emathonisa . The Departure Should be Haisty iy shoild Formal and Proceedural hayi kona kupuda se mhuna anova ku toireti kana ku totoireti ratsho uyalandrla iimfanelo zakhona we do not people say hel left an improper Handover Take Over? What is the Harry? Kugijimelwani! Hi?

  2. I would have been happier to participate if the Zanu (PF) logo was removed from this invite. The wording says “join us” who? Zanu (PF)…no. It should have been an open invitation without any party-affiliated overtones. That…put me off completely.

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