president mugabe signing the anti sanctions petition.jpgZanu-PF Chairman for Harare Province, Ambassador Amos Midzi says preparations for the launch of the National Anti-Sanctions Petition Campaign in all provinces are well on course with provincial governors and coordinating committees working together to establish venues where 2 million people are expected to append their signatures denouncing the illegal embargo.

Addressing Zanu-PF supporters who converged in Epworth, Ambassador Midzi commended Zimbabweans for turning up in their numbers in support of the anti-sanctions campaign launched by the Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, President Robert Mugabe, adding that such kind of  momentum should continue at provincial levels.

Ambassador Midzi told the gathering that district co-ordinating committees will take a lead in the signing of the petition that is expected to start on the 18th of this month.

“We will take a leading role in signing the petition to pave way for the rest of the residents to append their signature,” he said.
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Ambassador Midzi castigated people who are reportedly abusing the name of the party by masquerading as the revolutionary party supporters to perpetrate acts of misconduct.

The National Anti-Sanctions Petition Campaign is expected to be decentralised to various provinces of the country in order to give every Zimbabwean a chance to denounce the illegal sanctions that have caused untold suffering among ordinary citizens.