Radical MDC Youth Assembly to return after congress – Happymore Chidziva on Nehanda TV

Radical MDC Youth Assembly to return after congress – Happymore Chidziva on Nehanda TV 1

The 1999 opposition MDC youth assembly that characterized itself with radicalism at the birth of the opposition party is coming back after the elective congress slated for the 24th to the 26th of May 2019, outgoing chairperson Happymore Chidziva has told Nehanda TV. [embedded content] On the sidelines of a press briefing after the National Youth council meeting at party headquarters on Tuesday, the Highfields West legislator said his exit from the youth assembly will not result in a sigh of relief for the state as the congress will see…

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‘Zanu PF provoking a response from the people’

‘Zanu PF provoking a response from the people’ 3

The MDC Youth Assembly has received news from our security personnel at Morgan Tsvangirai house that the party Headquarters was set on fire by armed individuals riding unmarked vehicles. This is not the first time that Zanu PF has deployed it’s militia to bring down our party building. Today, citizens and various civic groups demonstrated, angered by continued price hikes, particularly following the ridiculous announcement of new fuel prices by Mnangagwa, demanding action on his failed leadership. The MDC YA position is very clear, citizens have a right to demonstrate…

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MDC youths plan series of demos

MDC youths plan series of demos 5

By Nokuthaba Nkomo MDC youth assembly is set to hold a series of demonstrations next week to protest worsening economic conditions in Zimbabwe. Lovemore Chinoputsa (left) seen here with Happymore “Bvondo” Chidziva In a statement, the youth assembly said the demonstrations will be held in protest of the back-to-school burden costs, high prices of commodities, a nonperforming and static economy as well as the fuel crisis. The youth assembly said considering President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his government’s “arrogant and ignorant approach” to the crisis facing the nation, it is important…

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