A Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) April report accuses Zanu-PF Matebeleland North of recruiting villagers on false job promises.
The report mentions incidents where villagers in the province have been asked to register for jobs, only to realise it was a Zanu PF recruitment exercise. Part of the report reads:
At a meeting in Hwange East Constituency ward 10, Zanu PF member Alexander Mugoli Dube is alleged to have told people to register for employment at Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC). On that same day he told those present to notify others of the employment opportunities. The next day, villagers came in numbers to register for employment at ZPC, but it dawned on them that they were made to register to form Zanu PF cells. It is said that Alexander Mugoli Dube informed those present that it was a must for everyone seeking employment to belong to some Zanu PF cell.
ZPP alleges Zanu-PF has used the same tactic in Binga. NewsDay reports that Zanu-PF Matabeleland North chairperson, Richard Moyo was not reachable for comment.
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