“We’re Going To Fight Sanctions In Our Own Way” – War Veterans

ZANU PF Secretary for Welfare Services for War Veterans, War Collaborators, Ex-Political Prisoners, Detainees and Restrictees, Douglas Mahiya has said he has embarked on a countrywide tour to mobilise war veterans to participate in the Anti-Sanctions day slated for 25 October. He said:

In actual fact, as the Secretary of the War Veterans, I am going to use the third leg of my tour to reorganise the war veterans to fight the sanctions in our own way.

I have been to Masvingo, Manicaland, Mashonaland West, Lupane and Gwanda and I am left with three or so provinces. So, the whole idea is to ensure that together with the masses we reorganise.

The day was set aside by SADC countries during the recently held regional body’s troika in Tanzania.

Meanwhile, the USA and the European Union insist that the sanctions are not on Zimbabwe but on a few individuals and entities.

More: The Herald



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6 comments on ““We’re Going To Fight Sanctions In Our Own Way” – War Veterans

  1. Mvura yaturuka. Regai vangu varime chikafu kwete kupedza nguva nezvisina basa. Noone will listen to a rag tag grouping which has since long lost any relevence.

  2. Zanu brought sanctions upon this country

    Government has the social contract and obligation to protect lives and property

    Innocent white farmers were brutalized under the government’s watch

    Private property was pillaged under government watch

    Government encouraged seizures of private property

    So who really brought the so called sanctions upon this country?

  3. War vets have failed us. Instead of fighting to protect the gains of the struggle, they fight to protect the integrity of a select few who get all the benefits. The least they can do is speak truth where it fits.

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