In response to residents’ concerns that the posters were an eyesore, council spokesman Leslie Gwindi told The Zimbabwean that municipal authorities would take care of cleaning up the mess.
Mercy Sagonda from Chitungwiza said she wanted the posters gone as soon as possible.
“They are everywhere. It’s dirty and it’s ugly. They must make a follow up and remove the mess,” she said. “The people who put them up are the ones who must remove them. Politicians must take responsibility.”
Another resident, Varaidzo from Ruwa, said the posters were an eyesore.
“They are an eyesore and there is no other way to put it. Whoever is responsible must act quickly. They put them up and didn’t even think about what would happen after the elections,” she said.Post published in: News