War Veterans Call For Presidential Age Limit To Be Raised From 40 to 52

The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) is calling for an amendment of the Constitution to raise the minimum Presidential age limit from 40 to 52. They say such a move will ensure that anyone who contests for the presidency is mature enough to fully grasp the gravity of what it means to run a country.

ZNLWA secretary general Victor Matemadanda called has also called for laws to deal with people who call for sanctions on the country or those accused of economic sabotage.

Victor MatemadandaZimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association

Victor Matemadanda is a Zimbabwean liberation War veteran and politician. He is the current Deputy Minister for War Veterans. Matemadanda is the Secretary General of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA). Matemadanda is a member of Zanu-PF and he is part of the... Read More About Victor Matemadanda

The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) was formed in 1990, led by former ex-combatants to advance the cause of the former freedom fighters who had participated in the Second Chimurenga which brought forth the independence of Zimbabwe in 1980. The main thrust of... Read More About Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association


  1. tawa Reply

    These fools should look at the age of Presidents of most successful countries.

  2. jmoyo Reply

    That is a STUPID and emotional view of someone singing for his lunch. How can war vets change the constitution on partisan lines. The mere fact that Nelson garnered more than 2 million votes out of 4 million something is a standard that what this matemadanda is saying has not pith or merit. It is meant to please his paymaster and that should be dismissed as folly. I think the age must be reduced to 35 or 30. There are many foolish old men….in fact most senile OLD MEN. SO PISS OFF VIC!!!

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