The opposition MDC led by advocate Nelson Chamisa has revealed that it will, this weekend, be embarking on a nationwide mass mobilisation drive.
The campaign is aimed at invoking a collective response to the current economic crisis which the opposition party says was engineered by the ruling ZANU PF party.
Speaking to the News Day, an unnamed top MDC official said:
Chamisa will lead the rallies which, in fact, are a push to action. We believe the time is ripe for a face-off with this regime in the face of suffering of the people. Disposable incomes have been eroded while hunger is stalking the nation. Our Reload rallies are just providing a spring board for action.
MDC deputy spokesperson, Luke Tamborinyoka, confirmed that the party will be launching its Reload rallies this weekend. Tamborinyoka said:
The MDC this weekend launches nationwide Reload rallies as well as a robust nationwide consultation programme in the party’s districts to engage the people on the key national grievances so as to collectively chart the way forward in the wake of the deteriorating situation in the country.
The Reload rallies will also be a grassroots engagement programme that is meant to energise the base and to gauge the national mood in the course of charting a collective way forward for the country.
The party said that corruption, massive price hikes, selective application of the law, power outages and cash shortages set the right mood a new beginning and confrontation with the government.
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