'When they took Dzamara more activists were born'

'When they took Dzamara more activists were born'
Published: 20 November 2017 (507 Views)
Various people across the word are singing with one hymn of praising the missing Itai Dzamara for starting the Mugabe must step down campaign.

The activist was abducted on the 9th of March in 2015 after he staged a one man protest against Mugabe.

Ironically, almost every citizen is calling for the stepping down of the nonagenarian President who is reportedly resisting despite the marching and Military take over of the government.

Dzamara's brother Patson implored tweeter users to show some love to the man who started it all in Zimbabwe.

"This man , Itai Dzamara started it all.It's not yet a new Zimbabwe but we will get there.Help me show the ultimate hero some love," he tweeted.



Simba Siege Musonza  repented on despising Itai Dzamara and praised his vision.

"He saw first what we would all see eventually, and he persisted in the face of us ridiculing him.

What a man - l repent of the day l looked down on him!"

Another source said Dzamara should be respected whereever he is and God should bless him richly.

"We respect him wherever he is, may God bless him so much."

Wannachi tweeted that the abduction of Dzamara gave birth to more protesters.

"They should seen it coming. When they took Dzamara more activists were born.

"They fought the hard way. Beaten, teargased they never gave up."

However, another source doubted if Dzamara started the protest while another blamed Patson for neglecting his brother in the struggle only to appear after his abduction.

"He played his part yes, to say he started it all is questionable..The struggle continues..Well done Zimbabweans."

Admire tweeted ,"Stop being a revisionist.Itai is a warrior in war he didn't start.Chinhu chakatanga kare ichi baba."

"Do you remember Patson, that when your brother started those sit-in protest, you distanced yourself from him,whilst dinning and winning with the likes of Walter Mzembi at your books launches?," tweeted Kuda Bhejama

- Byo24News

Tags: Dzamara, Mugabe, Beaten,
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