Police in Kadoma have barred an MDC congress

mdc_symbolPolice in Kadoma have barred an MDC Kadoma Central district congress meeting arguing that they received orders today from the Police General Headquarters (PGHQ) in Harare to ban all MDC meetings in the district.

The meeting was scheduled for tomorrow at Rimuka Hall and the police had been notified and had approved the meeting.

However, today Kadoma Dispol, E. Magaya notified the MDC Kadoma Central district executive that the meeting should not proceed as Kadoma police had received orders from the PGHQ to ban all MDC meetings.

Meanwhile, Senator Morgen Komichi, the MDC Deputy Organising Secretary, held a rally at Chirikiti Business Centre in Sanyati, Midlands North on Thursday where he urged the people not to bow to Zanu PFs pressure saying the party was showing signs of a dying horse.

Addressing hundreds of villagers, he said that Zimbabwe is reeling in poverty due to massive looting, selfishness, greedy and corruption shown by the Zanu PF leadership. He said it was the greediness of Zanu PF to continue amassing wealth that they resorted to killing, maiming, destroying and displacing the people of Zimbabwe. Hon. Komichi castigated Zanu PF hooligans who are causing violence in Sanyati. The hooligans are led by Lloyd Mapfungautsi and Alexander Mudadi, who are terrorising villagers mainly in Makwechere Ward 8.

In Harare, Hon. Theresa Makone, Harare North MP and MDC Womens Assembly chairperson on Thursday handed over school materials including text books, chairs, desks, a water tank, shovels and sewing machines to three schools in her constituency. She used the Community Development Fund (CDF) to procure the materials. Hon. Makone said she had a passion for children and would work towards the realisation of a bright future for every child regardless of his/her background or social standing.

Hon. Makone donated to Hatcliffe 1 Primary School books for the library, 200 desks and chairs for the Early Childhood Development (ECD). She further donated 300 chairs, a 5000 litre water tank and two sewing machines to Hatcliffe High School, where she promised to fully equip the science laboratory. She donated 150 chairs, swimming pool chemicals, shovels, picks and bins to Borrowdale Primary school.

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