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Dexter Nduna Donates 65 Cattle To Mnangagwa During A Pre-Election Rally

4 months agoMon, 10 Jul 2023 09:59:59 GMT
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Dexter Nduna Donates 65 Cattle To Mnangagwa During A Pre-Election Rally

ZANU-PF’s Dexter Nduna, the incumbent MP for Chegutu West, donated 60 heifers and five bulls to President Mnangagwa during a rally in Magunje, Mashonaland West, ahead of the upcoming election.

Nduna expressed gratitude to Mnangagwa for the donation of 12 farms to Chegutu Municipality for housing and for improving living conditions for mine workers by offering an affordable housing scheme. He said:

It is true that I thanked President Mnangagwa for what he is doing in Chegutu and Mashonaland West as a whole by giving him 60 heifers and five bulls. He has committed to the house ownership scheme by donating 12 farms to reduce the housing backlog.

Chegutu produces 10 megalitres of treated water against a daily requirement of 20 megalitres.

So, His Excellency, is on the 20 megalitres expansion drive … he has drilled more than 80 boreholes to alleviate the water challenges because Chegutu has always been the epicentre of cholera and typhoid.

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Chegutu has a housing backlog of 35,000 houses and produces only 10 megalitres of treated water daily against a requirement of 20 megalitres.

Mnangagwa has committed to expanding the water supply by drilling more than 80 boreholes in Chegutu. Nduna lost a re-election bid in the Zanu-PF primary election in April this year.

Information permanent secretary Ndavaningi Mangwana said Mashonaland West donated 100 heifers, six bulls, 105 goats, four sheep and 150 blankets to Mnangagwa. On his Twitter handle, Mnangagwa said:

We have heard of money being raised on Go-Fund for cars for leaders. Well and good. That’s sympathisers showing their love to their leader. Today, Zanu-PF Mash West province gave His Excellency President Mnangagwa 100 heifers, six bulls, 105 goats, four sheep and 150 blankets.

Managwana’s statement was also interpreted as an indirect criticism of the opposition party Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), which recently launched a Go-Fund-Me campaign to raise funds for purchasing an armoured vehicle for their leader, Nelson Chamisa. The campaign successfully raised US$122,300 towards the vehicle’s acquisition. On November 4, 2022, T. Basvi, also known as Mudhara B, who initiated the fundraiser in October 2021, announced that the funds had been “delivered to the beneficiary,” and that the “transaction had been concluded.

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