Last week's MDC-T demo in London to be followed by the main one in Harare tomorrow and another at Slough next month.
Following the London demonstration to demand the stolen $15bn that was admitted by President Robert Mugabe, the Harare leg is of the same demonstration is set to go on tomorrow.
Also dubbed the March Against Poverty and Corruption the Harare demonstration is set to attract thousands of workers and unemployed people, vendors and civic society activists. It will be held in the city centre.
MDC-T secretary general, Douglas Mwonzora said the demonstration was legal as it is being done in terms of section 59 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe signed into law by Mugabe in 2013.
Where Are Our Billons?
UK & and Ireland MDC-T members and all Zimbabweans who are concerned about their country will converge in London for a demonstration demanding the $15 billion in revenue which President Mugabe has admitted was spirited away in corruption.
London Branch organising secretary Sharon Moyo said London was urging all demonstrators to be present at the Zimbabwean Embassy, near Trafalgar Square (429 The Strand) by 11am as the allocated demo time was only between 11 and 1pm on Thursday.
Statement from UK Youth Chair Vusumuzi B. Ncube
MDC UK & Ireland Youth invites you all for a Bring Back Itai Dzamara protest, whether you are an MDC member, a Vigil, Member or Rohr, ZPF, ZANU (PF); as long as you believe that we should not allow people to just disappear in Zimbabwe.
This Saturday 12 March outside the Zimbabwean Embassy, 429 The Strand, just off Trafalgar Square.
It's one year since our brother Itai was abducted by ruthless ZANU PF agents. As UK & Ireland we want to put pressure on statw preaident Robert Mugabe and his cronies to release Itai Dzamara immediately.
We need to come out in large numbers so as we put immense pressure on Robert Mugabe & ZANU PF. The international community should recognise the continued human rights abuses going on in Zimbabwe.