Free Education, Free Health Care, No Reversal Of Land Reform When We Are Elected: Madhuku

Constitutional lawyer and leader of the National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) Lovemore Madhuku has promised free education and free healthcare if he wins the presidential election. Speaking to New Zimbabwe, Madhuku said,

The NCA manifesto indicates that Zimbabwe must be able to provide to the marginalised and poor people, free education, free healthcare, an infrastructure that concentrates on ensuring that our services are working especially our road network and so forth.


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On the land policy, there is no room for reversing the land reform process. What has to happen is to actually audit the land that has been allocated and ensure that the sizes of land are consistent with people who are able to utilise it. There are so many people who have more than 500 hectares of land which they are not utilising.

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Lovemore MadhukuNational Constitutional Assembly

Lovemore Madhuku is a prominent law academic and politician. He is the current leader of the National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) and is also a political analyst. Read More About Lovemore Madhuku

The National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) is a Zimbabwean political party headed by lawyer and activist Lovemore Madhuku. The NCA was formed in 1997 as a political non-governmental organisation pushing for constitutional reforms. In September 2013, after the adoption of a new Constitution in Zimbabwwe that... Read More About National Constitutional Assembly

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2 comments on “Free Education, Free Health Care, No Reversal Of Land Reform When We Are Elected: Madhuku

  1. I think people should now be focused on new developments especially of all sectors that deal with the social aspect in regard to the well being of workers & the unemployed,the peasant communities in the rural & resettlement areas.What help do we get if we are to vote for people that only consider themselves forgetting the plight of the majority?We kindly appeal to aspiring presidential candidates to remember the people who will put them into positions of authority.We are tired of cheap politics & feeble lies ladies & gentlemen.We have voted for so & so several times but no changes came.We have exhausted the little we had to make ends meet unfortunate enough to sent our children to school as well as feeding our families,only to realise we ate drowning into a worse & pathetic life.Tipeiwo maserious ndapota.Do people know how we struggle to survive on megre wages that we get though regarded as SALARIES by employers?

  2. This comment by Phibion is a true and honest prayer of every Zimbabwean the problem I have with politicians especially our Zimbabwean politicians you will see when they get into power you will try to remind them of what they promised they tell us what we want to hear. PEOPLE like Joshua Nkomo would stand or die on his promise that’s what we should look at in a President.

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