The country’s national soccer team players have joined in on the current #ZimbabweanLivesMatter social media campaign.

Escalating cases of human rights violation have been experienced in the country, prompting Zimbabweans to use social media as a means to voice concern.

Former captain Willard Katsande was the first to post on Twitter, followed by his Kaizer Chiefs teammate Khama Billiat, Talent Chawapiwa and Alec Mudimu.

https://twitter.com/kmusonaofficial/status/1290561626425503744?s=21

https://www.instagram.com/p/CDbksbYgIhKEMyP0QH0Ri8IVU7OcKtDko6GmV40/?igshid=1mswa8i9ci2wl

 

https://twitter.com/alecmudimu/status/1290312994966999040?s=21

https://www.instagram.com/p/CDbksbYgIhKEMyP0QH0Ri8IVU7OcKtDko6GmV40/?igshid=10oso5ikkzxun

https://www.instagram.com/p/CDbksbYgIhKEMyP0QH0Ri8IVU7OcKtDko6GmV40/?igshid=10oso5ikkzxun

 

https://twitter.com/chawapiwatalent/status/1290299845576658944?s=21

https://twitter.com/alecmudimu/status/1290312994966999040?s=21

 

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