Zimbabweans have ignored calls by the National Electoral Reform Agenda (NERA) to march and demonstrate against government’s involvement in procurement of biometric voter registration equipment.
The so-called NERA demonstrations passed off as a non-event.
Residents in Harare’s Mufakose suburb went on with their daily obligations saying they were not even aware of such a planned action.
Mufakose residents expressed ignorance of any planned demonstrations as they carried on with their normal day to day chores.
The residents told the ZBC News that they were neither interested nor aware of the planned marches.
In Warren Park, Kuwadzana, Belvedere and Tynwald, some people who spoke to ZBC News said they were not aware of the event while some said they knew about the demonstration but opted to go to work as opposed to staying away.
In the suburbs, people continued with their routine household chores.
Commuter omnibus were ferrying people in the morning rush hour to the city centre.
School children attended lessons as normal, with some who spoke to ZBC News saying they were busy with their exams.
In the central business district, banks, supermarkets and grocery shops were operating as normal.
Playing to yet another empty gallery, the MDC-T inspired demonstrations flopped as residents chose to ignore the party’s cheap politicking.