Tshinga Dube Accused Of Vote Buying As He Wins Zanu-PF Primary Elections
In a letter addressed to Zanu-PF national elections commission chairman and national political commissar Engelbert Rugeje, one of the candidates contesting in Zanu-PF Makokoba constituency Nothiwani Dlodlo accused the constituency’s current legislator Tshinga Dube of vote buying.
In the letter seen by NewsDay, Dlodlo is demanding a rerun citing intimidation and polling maladministration by presiding officers. He said Dube bussed voters in LED Travellers Tours buses which belong to his friend. He also said his polling agent at Burombo Polling Station was denied the right to observe the voting process. Said Dlodlo:
My name was not on the voters’ roll. We were told the electorate will be transported by the province only to realise that it was a scam to prop up Dube as the province did not provide transport but a LED bus provided by Dube. Dube as the current MP and direct beneficiary of Constituency Development Fund ($50 000) he used this money to directly prop up support for the primaries and also this money was used to prop up support for his chosen council candidates for ward 7 and 8 who happen to be provincial members also working in his constituency office.Feedback
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