Zanu-PF wants $6,4 million for Annual National People’s Conference

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A reported presented by Mr Richard Ndlovu, a member of the conference’s organising committee at a Zanu-PF provincial coordinating committee meeting in Gwanda yesterday revealed that the party wants to raise $6,4 million to prepare the venue for the 17th Zanu-PF Annual National People’s Conference scheduled for Gwanda in December. 

Said Ndlovu:

We have done very little so far because of lack of resources. However, work at the venue has already started, with people on the ground doing the clearing. The other issue is that there is a lot of money needed. Gwanda municipality needs about $3,4 million for tarring roads to the venue and street lighting. They are also going to set up ablutions and sewer.

More: Herald


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