VIDEO: Webster Shamu Accused Of Attempting To Rig Zanu-PF Primary Election Rerun

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Mashonaland West Provincial Affairs Minister Webster Shamu was accused of stashing used ballot papers in his car in an attempt to rig the Zanu-PF primary election rerun. Shamu is in the running to represent Zanu-PF in Chegutu East. The Herald reports that allegations of ballot tampering are reportedly being investigated by the police.

According to the person speaking in the video, Shamu had 120 ballot papers that already had had Xs penned against his name. Watch the video below:

 

Webster ShamuMashonalandChegutu

Webster Shamu is a politician and member of the Zanu-PF party. He is former Minister of State for Mashonaland West Province, after having been relieved of the post in May 2018. He is also the former Minister of Information and Communication Technology, and Postal and... Read More About Webster Shamu

Mashonaland is a region which covers the bigger proportion of mainland Zimbabwe. It houses the Harare metropolitan province, Mashonaland East, West and Central provinces. Read More About Mashonaland

Chegutu formally is one of the best farming communities in Zimbabwe situated in Mashonaland West Province. Located at some 105 km south of Harare, the city is residence to about 90 000 people. Read More About Chegutu

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  1. Trust says:

    This was a plot how is it possible group of people went to serch shamu ‘s ca this is unconstitutional evidence the president should have not consder that evidence to fire shamu .this is not frr and free trial.

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