United Kingdon-based Zimbabwean law lecturer, Alex Tawanda Magaisa applauded Zimbabwean creative social entrepreneur, dancer promoter and arts journalist based in Germany, Plot Mhako, for his courage by releasing an “exploitative” Nashtv-artiste contract.
The contract has since sparked public outrage on social media.
Meanwhile, Nashtv has issued a statement after Mhako had leaked the contract. Read the full statement here.
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Mhako posted on Twitter this Sunday saying he was aware there could be legal consequences for leaking the contract but he believes he made the right decision. He said:
_Took a big risk to release that contract, I knew the possible legal implications but my inner conviction was clear. One day the generation will realise the struggle was nothing personal._
Responding to the Tweet which spoke on the Nashtv-artiste contract, Magaisa, the former Chief of Staff in the office of the former Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, the late Morgan Tsvangirai said:
_You stood up for the silent. Well done. It only takes one to have the courage to stand up and speak out._
More responses to the tweet castigated Nashtv for the “exploitative” contract. One Clayton said:
_Reads like someone is surrendering themselves, their clan and ancestors’ graves to this company!_