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War veterans invade former minister's farm, say its too big for him

6 years agoSun, 08 Oct 2017 11:42:50 GMT
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War veterans invade former minister's farm, say its too big for him

War veterans have invaded a Mashala Farm in Hurungwe owned by former Regional Integration and International Cooperation deputy minister Reuben Marumahoko. The war veterans are claiming that the farm is too big for him as it is greater than 1000 hectares. Marumahoko, is the Hurungwe North MP. On Saturday he said the invasion of his farm was illegal. Said Marumahoko:

I am away in Bulawayo. Once I go back, I will make sure that police chase them away.

These are the people causing veld fires at my farm. I have lost all the grass for cattle.

Hurungwe district war veterans’ secretary of information and publicity, Anthony Zunzanyika said:

This is not an invasion but a government policy that recommended that farms within region 2B must be 400 hectares.
We have been waiting for authorities to act. We believe at least 37 plot holders will be allocated 20 hectares each at Mashala Farm.

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We are not casting any stones at anyone politically.

As war veterans, we have our 20% allocation and currently, we have seven members on the ground.

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