Tajamuka calls for demo against worsening cash crisis
By Trevor Makonyonga
The #Tajamuka/Sesjikile campaign has called on the citizens of Zimbabwe of Zimbabwe to protest against the worsening cash crisis in the country on Wednesday, August 17.
In a press statement, Tajamuka/Sesjikile spokesperson, Mr. Hardlife Mudzingwa said that Zimbabwean citizens spare an hour to send a message by marching to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.
Mudzingwa said, “#Tajamuka/Sesjikile appeals to companies, informal sector organisations, cross border traders, civil servants, war veterans, students, transport operators, religious groups, farmers, other campaigns and everyone who has difficulties or who are affected by the cash crisis to spare one hour of the 12 hours spent queuing for US$50 and march to the reserve bank of Zimbabwe.”
#Tajamuka/Sesjikile also called those externalising cash to bring it back and called for the citizens to unite.
“We need to strike a balance between the force of diplomacy and diplomacy of the force to ensure that as openly stated by President (Robert) Mugabe those externalising cash like the Chinese and Choppies Supermarket to immediately bring back our cash. Our only source of Ecocash is now dry in all corners of Zimbabwe. All bank account holders and Ecocash users let’s unite and act.”
The demonstration will start at Corner Julius Nyerere and Jason Moyo at 10 am sharp. The Zimbabwe Republic Police have been notified
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