We are back in Mbare this afternoon for our clean up campaign. We have been intimidated, arrested and threatened not to remove the gabbage. But looking at the situation on the ground, we have resolved that we go ahead with the clean up of Mbare despite the consequences. Humanity has called us to action. 

This is why we are prepared to get into the streets to stop Constitutional Amendment 2. It concentrates power in one man, the president giving him all the power to even stop citizens from cleaning their surroundings. 

It protects corruption and the corrupt. We say no to all that. We defy unjust orders. Hence we are back in Mbare to finish unfinished business. 

Jacob Ngarivhume
31st July Movement Convenor