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Shadowy organisation declares 8 June Zimbabwe mourning day

05 Jun 2020 at 14:52hrs | Views
Chapter 2 Movement agrees with MDCA that it's time to draw a line in the sand. We agree with Pastor Shingi Munyeza that it's time to do something about the situation in Zimbabwe. We equally agree with Hopewell Chin'ono that corruption has destroyed our economy.

We have taken it upon ourselves to declare a National day of mourning where we invite all Zimbabweans across the globe to dress in black on the 8th of June 2020 as we mourn the death of all good things in Zimbabwe.

The Constitution has been mutilated through Statutory Instruments, human rights and democracy have been mutilated through abductions, torture, brutal killings at the hands of police which has risen to alarming levels ever since Godwin Matanga took command of the Zimbabwe Republic Police.

The police are now used to occupy private property, the police are now killing citizens such as Paul Munokopa, we still have the 6 who were murdered in cold blood by this government and nothing has been done about it.

We invite all political and social entities to join hands with us and wear black as we mourn the death of Zimbabwe. We invite ZANU PF supporters to wear black with us and mourn the economy which has been murdered by corruption, with the Delish Nguwaya incident being the latest and most appalling act of corruption.

We invite civil servants to wear black as they mourn the death of salaries, the death of their buying power and the death of dignity in their jobs.

We urge MPs to join us as we mourn the death of the right to personal security and liberty, in the case of Joana Mamombe a Member of Parliament. We invite online content creators, journalists and others to wear black as we mourn human rights and freedom in Zimbabwe. Look at what happened to Gonyeti, look at the arrest and beating up of journalists.

We invite the diplomatic community to listen to the cries of Zimbabweans who are saying enough is enough.

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