Mbare aspiring MP bares it all

The only ZANU PF current Mbare Councillor, Martin Matinyanya now running for the parliamentary seat explains the challenges he faced in trying to improve service delivery in Mbare.

In his observations and advice, he encouraged the populace to heed the call by President ED Mnangagwa to vote out the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) council in order to access improved world-class service.

Cde Matinyanya poured his heart out bemoaning the dire state of Mbare.

The area has witnessed non-collection of refuse, sewage flowing without being attended to as there was a tussle between him and opposition councillors who always threw spanners to work aligned to developmental programs in the area.

For the team to be complete and for the populace to get quality service delivery they need to vote wisely from the President down to the Councillor because a mix will not work as you will be creating a monster for arguments detrimental to development in government and council.

For us to build the country we need to have a formidable team.

Cde Matinyanya in his message to the electorate had this to say,

“Now is the time to vote for the following in Mbare; quality service delivery, the opening of the Mupedzanhamo flea market and other designated places. I also stretch my hands to the motorists to vote out unnecessary clamping with high charges which are more than ZINARA licencing or Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) gazetted fines”, said Cde Matinyanya.

“It is my duty to pursue the development agenda of Mbare and create a new environment which will transform Mbare into a smart business hub and also take into account the refurbishing of Flats. This can only be attained if you vote for President ED Mnangagwa, Member of Parliament which is me Martin Matinyaya and Councilor as well”, Cde Matinyanya explained.

I also take this opportunity to encourage my fellow party members around Harare to do the same so that we can have control of the Town House in anticipation of designated places of vending stalls, removing of unnecessary clamping with high charges, and quality service delivery turning the CBD back to Sunshine City status and at large two-thirds majority to control the parliament.

ZANU PF is poised for a landslide victory buoyed by developmental projects spearheaded by the Second Republic led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

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