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Maoneke, Huruyadzo in final push

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Maoneke, Huruyadzo in final push


Simbarashe Mtembo

MASVINGO- On Sunday, Zanu PF Chivi Central parliamentary candidate Exevia Maoneke and his Ward 30 counterpart Stoneshed Chikambure held their final rally at Chivi Growth Point.
Party national deputy youth secretary and politburo member John Paradza was the guest of honour at the rally attended by over 2 000 party supporters.
Central Committee member and outgoing Chivi Central legislator Ephraim Gwanongodza and all 10 Chivi Central council candidates also attended.
Maoneke arrived at the rally in a charted helicopter which he has been using on the campaign trail. He called for peace before, during and after elections.
He told supporters that, should he be elected into power, he shall improve Information Communication Technology (ICT), water provision, infrastructure and agriculture.
“Thank you for supporting Zanu PF. I want to give back to my district. I promise to address ICT issues. Our youth should not fall behind in this digital era. The road network, infrastructure and irrigation schemes will be revived.
“We are calling for peace before, during and after elections. We are one community and should remain peaceful,” he said.
He also said that he will ensure that policies supporting marginalized groups such as people living with disabilities, the elderly and youth are crafted. Maoneke also emphasized that he would create business hubs and employment for youth.
Paradza told supporters that they should elect President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Maoneke and party supporters as they work together to bring development. He also handed over 30 tonnes of mealie meal and washing soap to rally attendees.
Huruyadzo applauded the electorate for supporting Zanu PF. He said they should vote in Zanu PF for development.
He has carried out several projects in Ward 30 that covers the growth point as rehabilitating tower lights, road network and drilling boreholes. Maoneke has also carried out several projects such as drilling boreholes in all wards in Chivi Central, donating building materials to schools, road rehabilitation and reviving irrigation schemes.

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