Thursday, 3 August 2017

Why would I walk 105km in August 18-19th?

Since I signed up to do the ZHRO 105km Walk I have been asking myself what it is I’m walking for, what it is that I’m fighting for and this verse from the bible gave me clarity.

Isaiah 10.1-2
“Woe to those who make unjust laws,
to those who issue oppressive decrees,
to deprive the poor of their rights
and withhold justice from the oppressed of my people,
making widows their prey and robbing the fatherless.”

So I am walking to raise awareness on the unjust laws in Zimbabwe that oppress the citizens and favour those in power. The awareness isn’t just Mugabe and his regime doing bad things but mostly about the product of oppressive laws and political systems. And this walk symbolises the citizens are raising against this filthy, rotten system.
Looking out over the Path I need to tread

  • I am walking for freedom
  • I am walking to speak out against the torture and brutality met by  activists in Zimbabwe while at the same time addressing concerns of the missing activists like Itai Dzamara.
  • I am walking for human rights
  • I am waking for independence.
  • I am walking to abolish poverty, corruption one step at a time
  • I am walking to raise awareness and make a stance against the lack of basic human rights in
    Zimbabwe.
  • I am walking for the Charity ZHRO
  • I am doing a #WalkForFreedom 

Tsungirirai Kahiya
#EnoughIsEnough #ThisFlag #Take2Zimbabwe  #WalkForFreedom

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