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Chivasa promises infrastructure development in Bikita West 

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Chivasa promises infrastructure development in Bikita West 


Trymore Tagwirei

MASVINGO- National Constitution Assembly (NCA) Bikita West constituency candidate Madock Tatira Chivasa said his dream is to develop infrastructure and recreational facilities in the sprawling district. 
He told The Mirror in a wide-ranging interview that development in Bikita West and the district has fallen behind.
Chivasa said the road network is dilapidated, and previous legislators have failed to bring meaningful projects. He also lamented that the local community has nothing to show from the giant Sino Mine-run lithium mine, which is realising over US$ 250 million in profits. 
“We have not had active Members of Parliament who could spearhead developments such as linking the road network in Bikita or even rehabilitating it. As you know, the people of Bikita West expect us to spearhead development because we have a plan. We are the solution to all the problems in Bikita West.
“I will be in Bikita to stand with the people and support all the development in my area. We want to create recreational facilities near our major dams. We are going to rehabilitate all roads. All people in Bikita must benefit first from mineral resources in the district,’’ said Chivasa.
He is contesting for the constituency against Zanu PF’s Daniel Nhatiso and Citizen Coalition for Change (CCC) Pikirai Gutuza.
Chivasa, a former journalist and now lawyer at Lovemore Madhuku Law Firm in Masvingo, was born and bred in Makotore Village, Bikita. He is also the NCA secretary general and chief spokesperson.
He attended Marozva and Vushe primary schools and enrolled at Silveira High School for his O Levels. He did his A Levels at Mashoko High School. 
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Language and a Law Degree from the University of Zimbabwe. Chivasa joined the NCA in 2013. 

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