Thursday, 9 May 2013

Missing in action but the struggle continues

The Youth Real Change team will this weekend continue walking the last half mile in the absence of incarcerated leader Solomon Madzore.

The team will break in to three groups on the 10th of May with the 1st group heading southwards to address a rally at Mupandawana growth point in Gutu Central while the other one will head to Mashonaland  where they will address a last half mile youth rally in Macheke .

The final team is expected to grace a soccer tournament Soccer Tourney which will take place at Trojan mine grounds in Mashonaland Central in the bid to increase the party visibility at grassroots level.
On the 11th of May the Assembly leadership will support a district rally to be held at Strata Haven shops where thousands are expected to throng the centre to support the real change act.

Meanwhile the police has became an obstacle to the offensive drive after they refused to clear Youth Real Change rally which was intended for Harare West’s Tom Grounds on the 12th of May therefore spoiling the spicing up of the weekend. The police refused clearance saying they will be a ZANU PF event during the same dayin the area.

The police force are on record for the wrong reasons they have decided to make themselves a ZANUPF repressive machinery and looks like they are indirectly declaring themselves an enemy of the Assembly starting from the arrest the Assembly President and other youths activists under trumped up charges.

Madzore was arrested on 2 May on false allegations of  insulting the president during a pre-election rally in Mbire, Mashonaland Central province.Prosecutors have used a contentious appeal law to block a court ordering his release on $100 bail.

 The Assembly views Madzore's arrest as a sign of desperation by Zanu-PF,  it is just the last kicks of a dying horse". 

 For and on behalf of the young people of Zimbabwe

MDC Youth Assembly Information Department

Together to the end,building a youth with a difference.

1 comment:

  1. They will get tired of locking us up! we will never be scared of Mugabe and them. Aluta continua