Ruvheneko – Most Zimbabweans Are Unhappy About The Lockdown

Ruvheneko Parirenyatwa Zimbabwe’s media personality says most Zimbabweans are unhappy about the lockdown.

She said although the country is economically suffering and financially affected the government prioritised saving lives which cannot be resuscitated.

She said the lockdown has significantly affected the country because companies have had to naturally shutdown leading to lower production.

She added that the country is already importing grain to feed its population which is already suffering, this makes people have less confidence in the government.

Ruvheneko said the majority of the country’s  population is against the lockdown because they survive on hand to mouth lockdown is a thing of the privileged who afford to get their salaries at the comfort of their home.

She added that opening of the mbare musika market might have been a mistake because people are not adhering to the social distancing directive with more than 1000 people found in the area.

Ruvheneko however, condemned the spread of fake news on online sensational publications as the world is dealing with the pandemic which has claimed more lives.

Meanwhile she applauded the Zimbabweans for adhering to the lockdown restrictive measures to curb the spread of covid-19, urging them to continue staying because the virus is real.