Speaking to the Daily News on Friday, the clergyman revealed that he is not a fan of marches and prefers dialogue instead. He said:
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I believe that bad governance, corruption, lack of constitutionalism and state capture are also sanctions and must go if we are to succeed as a nation.
… While it is a person’s democratic right to march, I personally do not believe in marches. I believe in dialogue and engagement and that is why I did not go to the (National Sports) stadium.
Hundreds of citizens bussed from different parts of the country converged at the National Sports Stadium on Friday for an Anti-Sanctions rally.
Similar rallies were held across Zimbabwe with crowds, however, disappointing.