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Godhati Dunira

Upenyu Chaota

MASVINGO
- Zanu PF provincial secretary for production and labour Godhati Dunira says he is casting the net wide in his hopes and aspirations to build a better and productive Masvingo Urban constituency in support of President Emmerson Mnangagwa's vision.
In an interview with TellZim News, Dunira said it was time to put political differences aside and push for the development of Masvingo using a collective approach.
"I have a dream for Masvingo Urban and the province as a whole. In this new dispensation, let's hold hands and put our efforts into action. We are not going to leave anyone behind in this new dispensation.
"Development should cut across all facets of society and we want this constituency to speak development," said Dunira.
He said in a developed Masvingo Urban constituency, there will be no vendors in the Central Business District (CBD) but all will be operating from designated areas.
"Vendors are all over the town and oftentimes, you see them in running battles with the police and council officers. Their wares are confiscated and I do not subscribe to that. We need to build proper vending sites for all vendors.
"We need to do away with mishika-shika and probably help those in the trade to properly register their vehicles. I have a dream of a clean Masvingo Urban where everyone will be doing their business to develop the constituency," said Dunira.
"We need to empower each other for real and not cosmetically. People should be employed genuinely and not politicking. We do not need promises but we need action.
"The Chimusana Bridge has to be upgraded and the trunk sewer project started by the city fathers has to be completed. We need to mend broken fences and rope everyone into development," said Dunira.top news

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