Zanu-PF MP for Highfield West, Psychology Maziwisa is set to lose his Highfield residential stand after Harare City Councillors resolved to withdraw the stand. The stand had been previously offered to Maziwisa until the councillors discovered that the stand was located on top of sewer pipes. Maziwisa offered to fund the cost of diverting the sewer pipes but the proposal was rejected by the councillors.
We have workers who are heartless here. They misled the MP. Just because he is an MP and they pretend to love him but in actual fact, they were doing injustice to him. The area they want to give him is not meant for that. We need to stand up as city fathers and do more than politics. We need to protect our infrastructure
Mazivisa paid $12 650 for the land and offered to pay $3 915 for diverting the sewer pipes. The stand is reported to be located in the vicinity of former president Robert Mugabe’s Highfield home.
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Maziwisa is infamous for stating that Zanu-PF had delivered on its 2013 promise to create 2.2 million jobs. Maziwisa claimed that the ruling party had created many jobs in the informal sector and gave the example of someone being given a job to do laundry. You can watch the video below:
Zanu-PF didn't promise 2.3 million formal jobs, we promised 2.3 million formal & informal jobs & we've created over 3 million jobs -Maziwisa pic.twitter.com/uiX8CXSb43
— Zim Local (@zimlocals) July 15, 2017
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