Govt Set To Evict Illegal Settlers In Hurungwe, Mashonaland West

Mashonaland West province has been targeted by the government in a move to evict illegal settlers who obtained land through corrupt practices by land barons.

This was revealed by provincial resident minister Mary Mliswa-Chikoka while addressing a meeting of heads of departments, policymakers including councillors and Members of Parliament within Hurungwe district on Wednesday. She said:

The Hurungwe administrative district has more cases of illegal settlers who were forced into some farms through corruption by some individuals and politicians. As much as we are under-resourced financially due to economic woes affecting the whole nation, Government has managed to get resources to evict illegals settlers around Hurungwe district and other places within the province.

Most of the illegal settlers are said to have been allocated land during the election campaign period. Mliswa-Chikoka said that those who were allocated land illegally should go back where they came from:

The eviction is running together with the latest land audit that has exposed illegal settlers around Hurungwe and Government will act. If you are one of those who facilitated land to these illegal settlers go and tell them to go back from where they came from, be it Gokwe or wherever.

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HurungweMashonaland West Province

Hurungwe is a district in the Mashonaland West Province in Zimbabwe. The district is the largest in the province, in terms of physical expanse, high population figures, influx of people from within the province and beyond searching for good agricultural soils which make up the... Read More About Hurungwe

Mashonaland West Province is one of the ten provinces in Zimbabwe. Its administrative capital is Chinhoyi. It includes areas such as Kariba, Hurungwe, Makonde, Chinhoyi, Zvimba, Norton, Chegutu, Kadoma, Mhondoro-Ngezi, Sanyati and Karoi. Read More About Mashonaland West Province

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