Mliswa says his successor in Hurungwe West is neglecting the constituency

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Norton MP, Temba Mliswa yesterday criticised his Hurungwe West successor, Keith Guzah for allegedly abandoning the constituency since his election in June last year.

During the Second Reading Stage of the Land Commission Bill, Mliswa raised a point of order with the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, Mabel Chinomona, saying Guzah must attend to his constituents, as they still approached him with their problems.

Mliswa also clashed with Chegutu West MP, Dexter Nduna and later accused Zanu PF ministers of owning multiple farms which he said are registered in the names of their grandchildren claiming that he will soon expose the multiple farm owners.

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