The Movement for Democratic Change has called on Zimbabweans to stop being crybabies and boot the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front out so that a new government can start the process of rebuilding the country.
It said the collapse of the bond note against the United States dollar where in some areas it was trading at 2 to 1 over the weekend, when they are officially supposed to be at par, was clear demonstration that ZANU-PF had no solution to the country’s economic problems.
The MDC-T urged Zimbabweans to register in their numbers so that they can vote ZANU-PF out next year.
“With the ZANU-PF regime out of the way, Zimbabwe can begin its process of socio – economic reconstruction and financial rehabilitation under an accountable, democratic and people-centred government,” spokesman Obert Gutu said.
“This is the only peaceful and viable solution going forward.
“We should now come out of our comfort zone and rigorously mobilise for voter registration.
“We cannot continue to be crybabies. The future of our great country is firmly in our hands.
“There's a huge light at the end of the tunnel. This is the home stretch. We are soon getting to the promised land. There's absolutely no doubt about that.”
With the economy tottering the same way it was in 2008, some Zimbabweans are skeptical about whether the elections will change anything because they voted ZANU-PF out in 2008 but it refused to step down.
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