HARARE- A crowd of supporters of Zimbabwe’s ruling party marched for peace in the capital, a day after the opposition rallied thousands to demand electoral reforms.
Zimbabwe will be holding their presidential elections on July 30.
This will be the first vote without the participation of former leader Robert Mugabe since independence from white minority rule in 1980.
Photo Credit-Globe Gazette
The ruling party- Zanu-PF party has been accused of using violence and rigging the previous elections, the call for the march is a departure from the past.
Many speakers on Wednesday criticized 40-year-old opposition leader for the re-engerised MDC , Nelson Chamisa and who has been endorsed by an opposition party backed by Mugabe.
Pictures of the Zanu PF solidarity march:
In Pictures: Zanu PF Solidarity march @TrevorNcube @kangaizw @johnmokwetsi @tapiwazivira @tinosamk #NewsDay #Zimbabwe pic.twitter.com/QtqRHr4B29
— NewsDay (@NewsDayZimbabwe) June 6, 2018
Dear Zimbabwe: Being a march that is focusing on ONE VOTING DEMOGRAPHIC – YOUTH -, the ZanuPF Harare Province youth March has a FAIR attendence. #EDhasMyVote pic.twitter.com/VcBjSOwefw
— Cde Never Maswerasei 🇿🇼 (@CdeNMaswerasei) June 6, 2018
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