Zanu PF breaks the law

MUTOKO SOUTH - Despite the ban that was imposed by the Ministry of Education Sports and Culture barring political parties from conducting rallies at schools former Police Assistant Commissioner commanding Mashonaland East Province, Everisto Pfuvhuti has been using schools in Mutoko South to hold political rallies.

Pfuvhuti the man who destroyed dockets that highlighted the atrocities that were committed by Zanu PF hoodlums during the 2008 bloody Presidential run-off campaign is honing himself to square up against Zanu PF heavyweight Olivia Muchena in the former ruling party primary elections.

Pfuvhuti has been using Zanu PF structures here to drum up support for himself ahead of the elections in 2011. He is angry that he was not duly rewarded for his work in 2011 and also feels that Mai Muchena is not doing anything for her constituency, said a Zanu PF insider.

However, Pfuvhutis campaign has been far from clean as he has already breached the laws of the country that imposed a ban on political parties from contacting rallies at schools.

MDC-T Spokesperson for Mashonaland East Silas Gweshe said that Pfuvhuti has so far held political rallies at Chidara Primary and Secondary Schools.

Our supporters have been forced to attend the rallies that have been held at schools and the police cannot do anything against their former boss, said Gweshe.

While the leader of MDC Morgan Tsvangirai is calling only for a presidential poll President Robert Mugabe of Zanu PF is insisting on yet another synchronised poll despite the fact that the fiscus cannot bankroll the plebiscite and that most of his MPs are against elections.

With Mugabe maintaining that there is going to be elections, jostling for positions in the former ruling party is gathering momentum thick and fast.

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