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UZ blasted over command mourning

University of Zimbabwe

We cannot allow a shift from command agriculture to command mourning. This time we are ready to make sure that as they bury Robert Mugabe they also bury the dictatorial tendencies he planted in this country.

We are fully aware of the motif of the ZANU PF run UZ administration of housing ZANU PF folks who will be attending Robert Mugabe’s funeral using the Halls of Residence at the University of Zimbabwe. We would like to warn them that this shall not be done at the expense of students and we are prepared to meet such a decision with the level of resistance it deserves. This is not only an attack to the students of UZ but it is an attack on the dignity of students across the country.

It is a public secret that accommodation is a crisis for students in this Nation owing to the fact that the very same buffoons failed to provide meaningful accommodation for students.

Students and parents are already finding it hard to sustain a semester due to financial constraints which the cousins of Satan created. We can’t allow those driven by selfish desires to further sink deep in the already empty pockets of the students and parents.

We are calling the University of Zimbabwe to reverse such a call or face the wrath of students as we will find our way into their homes to seek accommodation.

Secretary General
Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU)

In other news – President Mnangagwa faces Arrest

Gweru urban legislator and MDC deputy secretary for legal affairs, Brian Dube, says the continued human rights violations in the country coupled with the August 2018 and January 2019 army killings, could force the United Nations to drag President Emmerson Mnangagwa to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

President Mnangagwa

Dube said, while it seemed Mnangagwa was taking comfort in the false belief that the ICC has no power to arrest him since Zimbabwe is not a signatory of the Rome Statute, the UN can force such action to be taken through a resolution by its security council. continue reading

Source – Ashlegh Pfunye