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All Set for 'Abducted' Itai Dzamara's Prayer Rally


FILE: MDC-T youths protesting in Harare calling for an investigation into the dissappearance of protest leader Itai Dzamara.(Photo By Thomas Chiripasi)

FILE: MDC-T youths protesting in Harare calling for an investigation into the dissappearance of protest leader Itai Dzamara.(Photo By Thomas Chiripasi)

Thousands of Zimbabweans are expected to attend a prayer rally at Zimbabwe Grounds in Harare tomorrow for Occupy Africa Unity Square leader, Itai Dzamara, who was allegedly abducted four months.

One of the organizers of the rally, Bishop Ancelimo Magaya of Grace Ablaze Ministries International, says all is set for the rally, which was postponed two weeks ago due to interference by some political parties.

Dzamara’s organization wants President Robert Mugabe to resign saying he has failed to properly run the country since independence from British rule in 1980. Bishop Magaya speaks to Studio 7’s Gibbs Dube about the rally.

Charles Nyoni of Occupy Africa Unity Square most political parties are expected to attend the prayer rally.

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