27 March 2008

ZANU PF tells villagers to vote on Sunday

ZANU-PF is nothing if not creative in finding ways to win elections:

". . .ZANU PF youths were telling villagers that Saturday had been reserved for ruling party supporters while those supporting the opposition would cast their ballots the next day."

Many will think that this is so absurd that no one would believe it. The fearful uneducated people struggling to survive in many rural areas of Zimbabwe will find this perfectly normal. The average person supporting the opposition would switch to ZANU-PF rather than risk retaliation for not voting "correctly." The fool-heartedly courageous would try to vote on Sunday and find no ballot box but rather ridicule and beatings.

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ZANU PF tells villagers to vote on Sunday

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