mapostori.jpgMembers of the Johane Masowe Wechishanu have thrown their weight behind the Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, President Robert Mugabe in his fight against sanctions through the signing of the anti-sanctions petition.

Borrowdale 2 District residents affiliated to the Johane Masowe Wechishanu Yevadzidzi VaJesu have joined in the fight against illegal sanctions imposed on the country by Britain and its western allies by signing the anti-sanctions petition.

Clad in their white regalia, men and women of the Vadzidzi VaJesu sect queued to append their signatures on the anti sanctions petition forms. 

Mudzidzi Akinoji Tabviroona, who led the days’ proceedings called on Britain and its allies to lift the illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe.

“The embargo has affected every Zimbabwean regardless of political affiliation, so are calling for the immediate removal of these sanctions,” he said.

Zanu-PF District Coordinating Committee 4(DCC 4) Chairman, Cde Jason Pasade, who was invited to witness the signing of the petitions commended the apostolic sects for openly denouncing the illegal sanctions and added that the continued existence of sanctions has remained the biggest stumbling block to the full implementation of the GPA.

The National Anti Sanctions Petition Campaign was launched on the 2nd of March by the Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, President Mugabe and 2 million people are expected to append their signatures to the anti-sanctions petition.