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Uloyiko thrills gathering in SA

by Stephen Jakes
27 Jun 2016 at 11:44hrs | Views
Uloyiko theatre group in South Africa thrilled their fans at the Hilbrow Theatre in their Gukurahundi play which seriously condemns the act of brutality committed by the Zimbabwean government in the lives of people of Matabeleland and Midlands and left over 20 000 people dead.

 According to the Mthwakazi Republic Party spokesperson Mbonisi Gumbo who attended the show he said his party thanked the young men and women of South Africa for starting such a powerful project.

"It project has managed to bring together Matabeleland leaders. Leaders that I have seen here were Dumiso Dabengwa (ZAPU) President, Moses Mzila Former MDC Secretaery general, Chief Gumede, Mqondisi Moyo MRP President," he said.

He also said MMthwakazi Liberation Front leaders, MDC leaders and  Matebeleland pressure groups representatives were present among many other people.

"ULoyiko Theatre group just told us that they have been threatened, sometimes they have been offered money not to stage the play," Gumbo said. "But promised they will not sell the struggle they just demanded that Mthwakazi must be free because its not a Nation of cowards. Mthwakazi is a powerful Nation that is here to stay those who are  bent on destroying this Nation are joking."

He said Mthwakazi must not be only great in history but even now and in future.

Speaking after the performance Mzila asked the people to standup and have a minute of silent in honour of all Gukurahundi victims.

Mzila said he is sure the Mthwakazi issue will not die a natural death because people are here to demand justice.

Mzila pleaded with Mthwakazi people to unite and speak with one voice. He said the Zimbabwean government is getting scared thus why they have offered money to ULoyiko group not To play Gukurahundi play.

Mzila Ndlovu told people here present to make an effort starting from today to unite talk to each other and find common ground. All leaders introduced.

 Mqondisi Moyo MRP President said the Shona history is not recognizable but they are quick to remind them that they were from South Africa.

"But we are not going to be intimidated by these Shona people we want our Nation back with immediate effect, we will say it here and or in Zimbabwe or anywhere?" he said.

Moyo motivated our people to start fighting for their cause.Moyo said there was a need to continue to pursue the restoration agenda.

MLF leader Guduza said Mthwakazi shall never die.

"We are here to defend and promote Mthwakazi Restoration agenda. He encouraged everyone to be focussed and not to be intimidate. Chief Gumede encourages people of Mthwakazi to go to school in preparation of self determination in a free Mthwakazi," he said.

Source - Byo24News