News:Biti's Party Calls On Mugabe To Resign Ahead Of Anniversary Celebrations. Asks President To Address The Issue Of The Missing $15 Billion

<vote /> The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday confirmed that preparations for its first anniversary rally slated for Bulawayo next Sunday were on schedule.

Bulawayo provincial spokesperson, Edwin Ndlovu, said the rally will be held at White City Stadium.

The party was formed in September 2015 after its leader, Tendai Biti, fell out of with MDC-T’s Morgan Tsvangirai.

Ndlovu also called on Robert Mugabe to resign,

It has been a painful journey for the past 12 months, where as Zimbabweans, we witnessed the total collapse of the economy. We celebrate our anniversary with bleeding hearts, as our compatriots are witnessing the worst ever economic meltdown and human rights abuse. As PDP, we call upon President (Robert) Mugabe to resign, as he has failed the nation. We call upon President Mugabe, as well, to make sure the Constitution of Zimbabwe is implemented fully. Devolution of power must be implemented as advocated for by the people of Zimbabwe.

He also said his party was rejecting the issuing of bond notes,

We are also saying no to bond also known as bond paper. The majority of our fellow citizens are surviving through importation of basic commodities from our neighbours and we, therefore, say no to import bans. Mugabe must stop the ban. Mugabe, in his capacity as President of Zimbabwe, must tell the nation where the $15 billion from Chiadzwa is.

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