Thursday, 13 December 2012

Madzore launches “Mugabe FREE Zimbabwe’ campaign

Youth Assembly President Solomon “Mandela” Madzore on 9 December 2012 launched a campaign to free the country from Mugabe who was been at the helm for 32 years.

Addressing thousands of youths gathered at the shows grounds open space yesterday Madzore told  the young people the stages they should follow in the campaign.

“We have our next year’s campaign and the slogan is “A ZANUPF free Zimbabwe is possible, it begins with you” and we have four stages that we will follow to reach the destination,” Madzore said.
The he said the first two stages are a basic responsibility which every young person should do and free themselves from oppression.

“I will just repeat the first two stages in case you forgot go and register to vote but don not just end there but go and cast your vote on the day of the election,” he said.

Madzore told the gathering third stage was a special stage that is solely in the hands of the of the Assembly under his leadership to avoid a repeat of stolen elections .

“We do not want to have ZEC stealing the election again so the third stage is about defending our vote in that regard if two days pass without results I will announce the results and we will all have to take our president to the state house,” the youth assembly leader said.

He said the final stage of this campaign was to be left to to the top leadership of the party to full fill because it was a government mandate.

‘We will then have to put on some smiling faces seating in the gallery at the Harare International Conference centre and watch the president launch JUICE because the struggle should end with our people getting economical emancipation and independence,” Madzore said.

Madzore is touring the country addressing young people who have lined up 12 events to celebrate the leaders’ return from prison after 14 months of persecution by the Mugabe Regime.

He was leading a team of the MDC youth Assembly executive and several provincial executive members.

Together to end,building a youth with a difference.

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