People should be wary of political conmen
EDITOR — A recent video by pseudo-activist Rufaro Kaseke asking Zimbabweans to donate money to fund their criminal activities disguised as democratic protests should be condemned in the strongest sense.
In the video, the dreadlocked failed filmmaker makes an appeal to Zimbabweans across the globe to send money to a certain Ecocash number to finance their regime change agenda.
With the UK and other regime change sponsors turning their back on these so-called pressure groups, they are looking for other sources of income and they are targeting ordinary citizens.
Their ill-fated fundraising initiative titled, Zimbabwe Rise Up Tour has since run out of steam as frontman Evan Mawarire was denied a Visa into the United Kingdom and artistes billed to perform have been pulling out one after the other.
Now the drive to milk citizens from the Zimbabwean end being led by questionable vendor captain, Stern Zvorwadza is underway.
An Ecocash number will be sent to the gullible to post money but I am sure most Zimbabweans are now aware of this man’s true motives. His appeals are likely to fall on deaf ears.
The regime change agents were recently left licking their wounds after their plans to derail the introduction of bond notes failed.
The private media went into celebration saying the firm contracted to print the bond notes had listened to calls from the malcontents and refused to print them.
However, the massive media campaign by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in preparation for the bond note shows that in the end the right idea prevailed.
It is worrying that we have citizens who want to push against the tide so that the situation in the country does not change because if it does, they will not have any leverage to fleece people of their money in the name of “democratic activity”.
These clowns must not be entertained. H Tafirenyika, Via email