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ED to Hold “Rally”,Despite Public Gatherings Ban


 President Emmerson Mnangagwa is set to hold a rally in cholera stricken area in Glenview despite the police having issued a ban in public gatherings last week in the wake of the spread of the disease.

To date, cholera has claimed 32 lives while more than 3000 people have been affected by the waterborne disease.

Last week, an MDC Alliance rally which was scheduled for Gwanzura Stadii8had to be canceled while the University of Zimbabwe graduation had to b noe shelved indefinitely.

The show promoters in the country have had to cancel their shows the latest being the highly anticipated return of South African Hip Hop artists, Casper Nyovest and  Prince Kaybee whose shows were canceled until the outbreak has been contained.

However  Mnangagwa’s purported rally will be a major risk to hundreds of people who are expected to attended.

A memo from the Harare ZANUPF youth province, written by Godwin Gomwe, encourages ZANUPF supporters to come “I their number” at Tichagarika Shopping Center, the area which is believed to be the epicenter of the cholera outbreak

read part of the memo,



( 19 SEPTEMBER 2018)

We have been favoured beyond measure, and I do hereby have the priviledge to announce to all the visit to Glenview by *His Excellency CDE ED MNANGAGWA*.

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All ZANU PF members and Residents from *BUDIRIRO, HIGHFIELD, GLENNORAH, GLENVIEW* and other surrounding areas are kindly invited to come and meet the President.

President Mnangagwa promised to be a listening President. We therefore appreciate *HIS COMING* to hear our concerns and provide us with a remedy.

*TIME* – 9 AM

COME IN Numbers, “

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