Zimbabwe residents are taking it to the streets as they protest against the horrific and unjustifiable treatment they’ve endured at the hands of their government!
According to Business Day, #ZimbabaweanLivesMatter began trending on social media within the past few weeks after gaining attention from big name celebrities such as #IceCube , #ThandieNewton, Tendai “Beast” Mtawarira, Cassper Nyovest, Pearl Thusi and more; following a purposely blocked demonstration at the hands of officials.
IF YOU ARE TIRED OF SEEING POSTS ABOUT ZIMBABWE, imagine how tired Zimbabweans are of living in a failed country destroyed by greed and corruption, imagine how tired Zimbabweans are of having a government that does not and has never really cared for them…#ZimbabweLivesMatter
— Thuba_Amanda (@ThubaAmanda) August 4, 2020
Sources have confirmed that the people of Zimbabwe are being thoroughly abused as they endure unjust police brutality and arrests issued by officials within attempt to silence residents fight for basic human rights.
It has been indicated that Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa identifies the peaceful protests as an “insurrection” a harmful attack made deliberately against his administration.
Malnangagwa states within a public news conference on Tuesday, that “dark forces” inside and outside of the country are responsible for Zimbabwe’s economic decline.
It’s always someone else’s fault..🙄
We really need to bring to an end this Communist-Cold War era-type politics of deflect deflect deflect, spin spin spin, blame blame blame..
The refusal to take responsibility betrays a lack of commitment to fix things#ZimbabweLivesMatter pic.twitter.com/TQnbPQIhRe
— Mike Madoda (@mikemadoda) August 4, 2020
“The bad apples that have attempted to divide our people and to weaken our systems will be flushed out.“
This tag better not die #ZimbabweLivesMatter
— Turf🇿🇼 (@Turf_Dappa) August 4, 2020
Reports read that Zimbabwe residents are suffering tremendously noting that they are currently enduring 737% inflation with shortages in food, fuel and currency.