Mass President Mnangagwa social media unfollow and planned mass protests in Zimbabwe, brews
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Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa. PHOTO | AFP

Chaos brew in Zimbabwe as citizen plans mass protests at the capital Harare to oust their current President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

The started on his social media network where over 200,000 people have reportedly unfollowed Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa on his social pages.

According to the private ZimLive website, opposition activists started a “peaceful resistance” campaign last week to unfollow the president, decrying a deepening economic crisis in the country.

The president’s Twitter followers were down from 565,000 to 546,000 only on 4 July and numbers have continued to decrease.

Mr Mnangagwa’s spokesman George Charamba declined the move, saying the president was not concerned by “fake people” unfollowing him.

The move comes as the opposition and civil society groups are assembling for nationwide protests on 31 July to demand that President Mnangagwa step down.

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