A member of the Presidential Advisory Council (PAC), Shingi Munyeza, said that bad governance and corruption, among other vices, have to go if Zimbabwe is to succeed.
Speaking to the Daily News on Friday, the clergyman revealed that he is not a fan of marches and prefers dialogue instead. He said:
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.