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    Thursday, 22 February 2018

    Aspiring councilor builds classroom blocks in Chivi North

    • Two habitable houses for 19 teachers


    CHIVI - Chivi based businessman Godfrey Mukungunugwa Huruva who is also an aspiring councilor for Ward 6 in Chivi North is building two classroom blocks at Maramba Primary School after the old ones were condemned by the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education.
    The school that was built in 1945 has only two houses that are habitable for its 19 teachers. The rest of the staff stays in dilapidated structures constructed 20 years ago.
     The school is in Maramba Village under Headman Madyangove in Chivi.
    At least $22 000 is needed for the construction of the two blocks and Huruva has raised $7 000 which has already been sunk into the project.
    In a bid to keep the project on trek, Huruva held a fundraising function at the school on Friday which was attended by friends and well-wishers including Senator Clemence Makwarimba who was the guest of honor, two MPs Ezra Chadzamira and Mathius Tongofa and some Chivi District councilors including; Cleopas Magwizi, Killer Zivhu and Sandasi Magwizi.
     Two classroom blocks were condemned by the Ministry of Education and another was destroyed by the rains last year.
      The School Development Committee (SDC) vice chairperson Albert Huni Makerewa, pleaded for more well-wishers as classroom space is not enough and 19 teachers are living in squalor.
    Some of the individuals who have immensely contributed towards the project are Zivhu who donated 200 bags of cement and some roofing material, Emmah Ncube (Mai Huni) and Clifford Mbengegwi 20 bags, quarry stones and door frames, Tongofa 15 bags of cement, Dumo Musikavanhu $1000 worth of roofing material and Chinyama has also donated 100 bags of cement
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