- Published on 19 November 2016
- Written by Online Writer
Organisers of yesterday’s bond notes demo squabbled over $100 000, resulting in Tajamuka pulling out.
This is according to Zimbabwe People First spokesman, Jealousy Mawarire who said : My investigations reveal there was a pervasive smell of $100k that inadvertently became source of division among the demo organisers. Money
He added : “Organisers should be transparent and tell us where $100k came from, how they used it and why Tajamuka wasn’t part 2 demo. We certainly have to investigate especially when these demo organisers want to blame us for the failure of their demos.”
Tendai Biti also said poverty was compromising the struggle. He said : “Lack of financial autonomy at a personal level is putting
Mawarire added : “As long as the struggle is commercialised we will always have these solo sporadic selfie moments disguised
as demos. As long as the struggle is taken as a vault by some pple, these stillbirth demos will always be a sad part of us.