|Born||Felix Tapiwa Mhona|
May 12, 1974
|Title||Honorable Member of Parliament|
Felix Mhona is Member of Parliament for Chikomba Central constituency. He contested in the July 2018 elections and won. On 8 February 2021, he was named Transport Minister replacing Joel Biggie Matiza.
School / Education
Primary: Rutanhira Primary School.
Secondary: Presbyterian Secondary School.
Tertiary: BCOM Marketing from Zimbabwe Open University and Masters in Business Administration from Nottingham Trent UK.
He also studied for Bachelor of Laws with UNISA and he possesses a Diploma in banking from the Institute of Banking of Zimbabwe.
- Felix Mhona of Zanu PF with 7 723 votes or 63.61 percent,
- Piniel Denga of MDC–T with 3 233 votes or 26.63 percent,
- Goodrich Chimbaira of MDC–N with 1 185 votes or 9.76 percent,
Total 12 141 votes
Mhona was elected member of Parliament for Chikomba Central Constituency in the 2018 Harmonised Elections. He has served as the Chairman of the Chikomba Central Campaign Team Committee and a member of the National Fundraising Team Committee Member for the 21st February Movement.
In Parliament he has served as the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Budget, Finance and Economic Development and the Committee member of the Portfolio Committee on - Environment and Tourism. On 8 February 2021, he was named Transport Minister replacing Joel Biggie Matiza.
He was once the head of ZINARA.