Bulawayo Residents Castigate Council Decision To Award Car To Former Mayor

Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association (BPRA) has expressed reservations on the Council decision to award former mayor Martin Moyo a mayoral car as part of his exit package. BPRA spokesperson Zibusiso Dube said

BPRA believes this indicates that the city council is out of touch with the reality and fails to understand the gravity of the matter pertaining economic hardships that have hit Zimbabwe and are bound to negatively affect Bulawayo City Council (BCC)’s revenue collection.

BCC, which complains that low revenue collection is the cause of service delivery shortfalls, now seeks to virtually give away vehicles from its mayoral fleet, is indicative of a lack of sincerity, poor prioritisation of issues and lack of probity in the administration of Bulawayo’s financial resources.

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  1. Ponziano Reply

    MDC led councils are known for awarding their bosses hefty salaries whilst the general workers can go go for months without being paid. Service delivery is very poor, the council should not abuse tax payer`s money.

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