The MDC led by Advocate Nelson Chamisa has made it public that they are organising a fresh wave of demos to try and prompt the current admin into a dialogue that may lead to an agreement that may end the economic crisis the country is facing Sunday reports.
Addressing party supporters who had gathered to celebrate their 20th anniversary the MDC leader said they are crafting a new wave of demos which cant be stopped or prohibited by the ZRP like their last planned demos. The MDC leader said:
What we want to show them is that aiwa isu hativharirwi ma-demonstrations. Tirikuda kuronga nyaya, asi strategy haitaurwi mu-stadium. But we are coming up with a strategy in your local authorities, in your local communities, where we will tell you about the way forward soon. . . What we are saying is let us go for national dialogue to see how we can resolve the situation in the country
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Last month all planned MDC demons across the country were slapped with prohibition notices by the Zimbabwe republic police prompting the opposition party to abandon their plans.
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