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    Bhasikiti, Makova leave PF meeting in a huff





    Morris Bishi
    Chiredzi Bureau

    CHIREDZI
    – People gathered for a Zimbabwe People First  (ZPF) meeting at a hall near Lyonaise in Tshovani  in Chiredzi two weeks fled for dear life when Police raided the allegedly unsanctioned meeting.
    Among those who left the meeting in a huff are former Masvingo Provincial Minister Kudakwashe Bhasikiti.
    Efforts to get a comment from Police were fruitless but security sources and members of ZPF who attended the meeting confirmed the incident to The Mirror.
    The meeting was supposed to organise local party structures. People dispersed the moment they saw police details arriving at the gate and there was near stampede at the back gate as everyone wanted to find exit.
    "We were holding our party meeting at a hall near Lyionaise and for sure the meeting was not cleared by Police since we were not yet registered. For us to do it safely we hired the hall as if we wanted to hold a church service. In attendance at the meeting were our leaders Claudious Makova and Kudakwashe Bhasikiti and all the local leadership. We quickly dispersed after the arrival of the Police in fear of arrest and some of our colleagues left their vehicles but luckily there was no arrest as all leaders managed to escape through the back door including Makova and Bhasikiti" said one party member who requested not to be named.
    Bhasikiti professed ignorance about the incident and even refused to confirm his attendance of the meeting. He said according to the reports in his possession the meeting went well.
    "I don't know what you are talking about. What I know is that there was a meeting in Chiredzi which went according to our plans. It was about setting up structures and the report I have shows that all went well without any skirmishes" Bhasikiti said.local news
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