Zanu-PF Secretary for Information and Publicity, Cde Rugare Gumbo says the next stage of the National Anti Sanctions Petition Campaign should be rolled out to the generality of the Zimbabweans by this weekend.
Cde Gumbo said this in an interview with ZBC NewsÂ in Harare this Monday afternoon.
The rolling out of the anti sanctions campaign expected by the weekend, comes in theÂ wake of the well attended launch of the campaign by the Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, Cde Robert Mugabe in Harare on Wednesday last week.
This stage of the campaign will see business, the public, individuals, students, organisations and various interest groups demonstrating their protest against the illegal sanctions by appending their signatures on the petition form.
Cde Gumbo said the party is working flat out to print adequate petition papers to ensure that all Zimbabweans who want to sign the anti-sanctions petition will do so.
He said centres are being established in all provinces of the country and that those in the diaspora will also be catered for.
He said Zanu-PF party offices, as well as institutions that include tertiary education institutions will be some of the centres.
Zimbabweans from across the social and economic divides, reeling under the effects of the illegal western sanctions attended the launch of the anti-sanctions campaign.
The non-attendants by the MDC formations, who campaigned for the imposition of the illegal sanctions, left many Zimbabweans baffled as to whether they are committed to the removal of the embargo as stipulated in the Global Political Agreement to which they are part of.