“We say no to the killing and torturing of innocent Zimbabweans and civic and democracy activists. We want to end illegitimacy and ensure that there is a people’s government. We will be rolling out these peaceful and constitutional protests in all the towns. After Harare, the Zimbabweans citizens will be holding peaceful protests in Bulawayo next Monday, Gweru on Tuesday, Masvingo on Wednesday and Mutare on Thursday. The roll-out for other cities and towns will be announced later,” Molokele added.
Political analyst, Tatenda Zambara said that the MDC Alliance should abide by the dictates of the Constitution while holding their demonstration failing which he smelt the danger that the security forces would be forced to intervene to restore law and order in the event of a violent outcome.
“While it is everyone’s right under the Constitution to demonstrate, the security forces also have a Constitutional duty to protect the citizens of Zimbabwe so that every one lives in peace and harmony. The situation in Zimbabwe needs people to unite and work together for the development of the country,” Zambara said.