How Zimbabweans Reacted To President Mngagwa’s Message On Protests

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The president today afternoon issued a statement on the civil unrest of 14 January and his current international roadshow. The president used Facebook and Twitter to issue the message despite that the two platforms  are currently still blocked in Zimbabwe. He said that Zimbabweans are free to protest and that they should do it peacefully. He also said that he is currently on an international roadshow to seek much need investment.

Here’s how some Zimbabweans on Twitter reacted to his statement:

 

 

 

 

 

January 2019 Protests

The January 2019 Protests was civil unrest and riots that occurred in Zimbabwe and the violent response from the government from 14 to 16 January 2019. There are different figures provided on the number of people that died but a common figure is 5, most... Read More About January 2019 Protests

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4 comments

  1. godfrey chikowore Reply

    Sounds diplomatically sorrowful and a betrayal of the defenseless, peaceful Zimbabweans

  2. Bulldozer Reply

    He is full of trouble sezita rake Dambudzo why kuita seunotunga mirira mhuka

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