265 Buses Availed For Anti-sanctions March

The government has released 265 buses to transport people from the country’s 10 provinces to attend the anti-sanctions gala marches set for the 25th of October 2014.

This was revealed by Harare Metropolitan Province Minister Oliver Chidawu during a press briefing in Harare on Thursday. He said:

We have allocated 100 buses for Harare, Bulawayo 50, Mashonaland West, Masvingo and Midlands will each get 20 buses respectively, while Mashonaland Central will get 15 buses, Mashonaland East, Manicaland, Matabeleland North, Matabeleland South will each get 10 buses respectively.

We thus call upon all patriotic Zimbabweans to come out in their numbers in support of the call for the lifting of these unjustified economic sanctions.

Chidawu further revealed that the buses will be available at usual pick up points from 6 am.

He said that the march will start at the Robert Mugabe Square to the National Sports Stadium where solidarity messages will be delivered.

More: Sunday News

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2 comments on “265 Buses Availed For Anti-sanctions March

  1. Buses one of zanu pf s greatest tools for moving genocide victims to their execution points , for ferring a minority of vote riggers from one voting point to another to rig elections ,to move soldiers dressed as civilians to beat up and kill opposition supporters
    It’s amazing in a country plagued by fuel problems zanu always has a fleet of busses fuelled up and available for every abuse they intend to facilitate

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