Thursday, 17 May 2018

UK Warns Zimbabwe Against Social Media Grandstanding

The British government has warned Zimbabweans against abuse of social media which it said will not provide solutions to problems affecting the country.

“We’re certainly not blind to Zimbabwe’s difficult past — or to many of the governance challenges that continue to be present today. It’s totally up to Zimbabweans to decide who they want to govern them,” twitted the UK government in Zimbabwe
UK Warns Zimbabwe Against Social Media Grandstanding
“In the last few days we’ve seen a fair amount of confusion regarding opposition leader Nelson Chamisa’s appearance on BBC HardTalk. In particular, Zimbabweans have been upset by a suggestion from the presenter that ballot papers for the forthcoming polls have already been printed.”

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