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Stop ZANU PF using government funds while extorting the Zimbabwean population

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While 13 million people are struggling to make a day to day living, Mugabe and his gang are going on endless car shopping trips. ZANU PF is said to have spent around $60 million on cars, trucks and buses. This came just under a year until the eagerly-awaited 2018 watershed elections. These cars are said to be for chiefs and that they had been promised these cars prior to the 2009 elections. This is what the minister for rural development, Abednico Ncube has said but really these cars are going to be used by the ZANU PF regime to bribe those chiefs that they said will be getting the cars so they could vote for that atrocious regime.

The state owned company, ZESA owes Eskom $43 million in electricity debts. It even came to a point where Eskom has had to threaten to cut the small power they were supplying Zimbabwe with at the moment. Yet ZANU finds $60 million to spend on ‘campaign cars’. It goes to show the kind of leadership we have in Zimbabwe, the selfish kind that do not have their priorities set right.

Recently, $15 billion acquired from the mining sector went missing in thin air. ZANU PF has been committing these crimes for years now. They are using that $15 billion now to fuel their 2018 election campaign. This, I reckon is only the start of it, more is surely coming and if nothing is to be done now, ZANU PF will win this really important election for us Zimbabweans.

As the next generation of Zimbabwe, we’re calling on the Global leaders and high courts to help free Zimbabwe from Mugabe and his Gang. A new Zimbabwe is needed. We need free and fair elections in Zimbabwe and Mugabe needs to be stopped and tried for his atrocities.

Target African union, European court of Human rights, ICC and United nations

Petition done by Tanyaradzwa Muzamhindo

Youth Assembly Chair

Luton and South Bedfordshire

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