ZINASU Warns Of Protests Over 'Arbitrary' Arrest Of Students
The Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) said that it will soon roll out protests over the arrest of student leaders at Lupane State University and the economic challenges obtaining in the country.
Addressing the media in Harare on Tuesday, ZINASU secretary general, Ashlegh Pfunye said:
The students are the face of the continuous deteriorating economic situation, they are swimming in the ocean of poverty while those in positions of power have secured their own island of wealth.
The present crisis is such that one hand are students waking up to the blessing of an empty stomach and at the other hand are their parents waking up to face a jobless existence.
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