Anti-sanctions March ‘All About Chips, Chicken & Pepsi’

Hundreds of people who braved the blazing heat to march to the National Sports Stadium on Friday morning seemed to have had their hearts set on food rather than the anti-sanctions programme.

A crowd stayed outside the giant stadium to get food handouts even after the presidential motorcade had arrived. An elderly woman, who received fried chips, chicken and Pepsi as the rest of the marchers, said:

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This is a great day, I last ate Chicken Slice many years ago because of the cost, but today, because the President has called us to march against sanctions, we are eating the meat. Everything is good now.

A Harare South resident who identified himself as Munyaradzi Chitima said sanctions mean high fuel prices since Zimbabwe has to buy fuel at higher prices than other countries.

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2 comments on “Anti-sanctions March ‘All About Chips, Chicken & Pepsi’

  1. Gogo is a victim of oppression and years of abuse by Zanu

    She should be given enlightenment that she does not have to feel obligated to bootlick Zanu instead she should have personal capacity to eat whatever she wants she should afford at least all basic commodities

    Kwete kudyiswa huku kumba kusina hupfu

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