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'''Kidwell Mujuru''' is the Zanu-PF candidate to win a local government election in Bulawayo since the turn of the millennium.
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Latest revision as of 15:50, 10 October 2019

Kidwell Mujuru
Kidwell Mujuru.jpg
BornKidwell Mujuru
NationalityZimbabwean
OccupationCowdry Park councillor
Years active26 April 2019 to Present
Known forBeing the First Zanu PF Councillor In Bulawayo since the turn of the Millenium.

Kidwell Mujuru is the Zanu-PF candidate to win a local government election in Bulawayo since the turn of the millennium.[1]

Background

Kidwell Mujuru is a Zanu Pf supporter based in Bulawayo. On March 30 Mujuru was voted ward 28 councillor in Bulawayo, after polling 1899 votes against his nearest rival of the MDC Alliance, Nomagugu Mloyi who got 1229 votes.[2] Mujuru replaced Hapson Ncube who passed on.

Absent Councillor Allegations

On 12 July 2019, resident in Mujuru's ward complained that since he was sworn into office in May, he was absent and didn't communicate or engage with them. [3]

References

  1. The Chronicle, Kidwell Mujuru takes oath of office, Published 26 April 2019, Retrieved 10 October 2019
  2. ZBC, Zanu PF's Mujuru Wins Byo Council Election, Published 31 March 2019, Retrieved 10 October 2019
  3. CITE, Residents berate absent councillor, Published 12 July 2019, Retrieved 10 October 2019