In an interview with The Chronicle yesterday, Zanu-PF secretary for information and publicity Simon Khaya Moyo said aspiring candidates who have submitted CVs to their provincial capitals to be considered for the party’s primary elections will be ignored and they will have to resubmit once the party releases detailed guidelines for elections.
Khaya Moyo said the time to hand in CVs would be announced by the national political commissar Retired Lieutenant General Engelbert Rugeje in due course. He added that those who had rushed to hand in CVs were likely to discover they left important material when the requirements are announced.Said Khaya Moyo:
It has come to the notice of the revolutionary party, Zanu-PF, that prospective candidates for the coming primary elections are rushing to their respective provincial capitals to hand in their CVs. While there will be no punishment for this uncalled for action, what it simply means is that they are wasting time as the CVs will be ignored and only those submitted after an announced date would be considered. After promulgation of requirements, a date will be announced when CVs can be received.
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Simon Khaya Moyo is a politician and spokesperson of Zanu-PF and the former Minister of Energy and Power Development. He is a former ambassador of Zimbabwe to South Africa. Read More About Simon Khaya Moyo
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