People have voiced their concerns about the lockdown and explained that they are afraid of starving to death if they stay indoors during the lockdown.
Some people in the video also voiced their concerns about the price of basic commodities which have skyrocketed due to the impending lockdown.
Watch the Shona video below:
1/2 This video shows legitimate #lockdown concerns from the people of Zimbabwe who survive from hand to mouth daily. Their food supply will not last two days. Only true leaders can rise to the occasion and address these obvious concerns. pic.twitter.com/23QyOHIZLN
— Dr Godfrey Gandawa (@DrGGandawa) March 29, 2020