Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

MDC-T and ZimPF ter­ror­ists, to be pre­cise, must take a leaf from Zanu-PF’s book. The rev­o­lu­tion­ary party hosted the One Mil­lion Man March on May 25, 2016. It was one of the most peace­ful marches recorded so far in Africa, if not the whole world. Viva Fa­ther Africa, Pres­i­dent RG Mu­gabe! — Cde Bla Max Boomerang. PRES­I­DENT Mu­gabe’s ex­hor­ta­tion to the youths on the proper use of ICTs is spot on. Gov­ern­ment has made a painstak­ing in­vest­ment in ed­u­ca­tion. Our youths must use their skills to project a favourable im­age of Zim­babwe. As His Ex­cel­lency said, we must learn from the youths in China, Cuba and Rus­sia where eco­nomic suc­cess sto­ries have re­sulted from proper and con­struc­tive use of ICT. — Itai Sa­vanhu, Kwekwe.

Your rights cease to be rights when they in­fringe on mine. Re­cently, we wit­nessed a wave of vi­o­lence, with op­po­si­tion ac­tivists burning ve­hi­cles and at­tack­ing po­lice of­fi­cers try­ing to main­tain law and or­der, as per their con­sti­tu­tional man­date. Our con­sti­tu­tion pro­vides that peo­ple demon­strate and present pe­ti­tions peace­fully. So far as vi­o­lence is the agenda, the state is not obliged to sanc­tion demon­stra­tions and we have seen the mes­sages in cir­cu­la­tion in­cit­ing peo­ple to vi­o­lence. — Chrispen.

Pres­i­dent Mu­gabe

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