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Zimbabwe Elections 2023: Citizens Speak Part 1

“Spotlight on Zimbabwe” hits the streets, capturing the pulse of the nation in an ongoing series, “Zimbabwe Elections 2023: Citizens Speak Part 1.” We asked: Will you vote? Why? Here’s what the people had to say:

For many, the call to the polls resonates with the need for economic change. “We want to achieve a difference economically,” one citizen asserts. Amidst challenges, the desire for a strong leader to guide the country towards prosperity remains a common thread.

As a citizen, civic duty holds a place of prominence. “I have duties towards my country,” another respondent shares. This commitment to shaping the nation’s destiny through active participation drives their resolve to cast their vote.

Yet, hurdles abound. Accessibility poses a significant obstacle. “Unfortunately, some of us are not able to access the point of registration,” a citizen laments, highlighting the barriers that hinder engagement.

Join us as we amplify the voices of Zimbabwean citizens, shedding light on their hopes, concerns, and motivations as the nation gears up for the 2023 elections. Stay tuned to “Spotlight on Zimbabwe” for more insights from the people themselves

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