Some of the pfeelist believers are now blaming the whether for the disaster of anti-sanctions march flopping
OK, so a lot of people could not be part of Zimbabwe’s first anti-sanctions march today for one reason or another.
And then this! pic.twitter.com/uLcYnfwhf7— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) October 25, 2019
Sanctions, poor organisation by those assigned the job of mobilizing people for the event, and climate change, the heat wave to be precise, were clearly the main culprits behind the low turnout today.
Nothing to fret about.
It’s not easy in a sanctioned and hyperinflation controlled economy to attend a poorly marketed campaign when temperatures are skyrocketing like they did today. It’s a total turnoff for many people who would have wanted to be part of the march.
The important takeaway, however, thanks to the President who put up this important matter for national,regional and continental discussion, is that everyone is now talking about these illegal sanctions and how they’ve destroyed Zimbabwe’s economy for two decades.
It’s a critical discussion that we’ve not had before as a nation, and one that will eventually expose the people’s real enemies from within and their allies from Western capitals who fund them to keep the country in a state of internal conflict. It’s a discussion that will also keep the nation informed about the main source of their economic troubles as well as unite the people against a common threat.
Mugabe could only wax lyrical about sanctions at international forums, while corruption was running wild in his government. He failed to get Zimbabweans to agree to talk about the impact of sanctions on Zim, in order to find workable solutions together as a threatened nation.
Kudos to the President for this one. Well done sir.
Allan Wenyika commentary on facebook