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    Deputy District Registrar Dzoro calls it a day




    NKULUMANI MLAMBO

    MASVINGO - Kudakwashe Liberty Dzoro, a deputy district registrar at Masvingo District Registrar's Office who is synonymous with flamboyance and colourful suits has called it a day.
    Thursday March 29, 2018 was Dzoro's final day at office number 28, after serving the Ministry of Home Affairs for the last 36 years.
    Dzoro, a war veteran notable for giving instructions, trouble shooting and getting things done at the busiest registrar's office in the province will definitely be missed and his absence will be felt.
    "I have gone on early retirement to pursue private business. I called it quits and I am venturing into security business where I am now the operations director for Armourshield Security headquartered in Masvingo.
    On his flamboyance, Dzoro said cleanliness is next to Godliness and he complimented his wife Nakisai for making sure that he is always smart before leaving home.
     "I will also be involved in farming. I have a deep passion for that and this is something I inherited from my late uncle Solomon Mukungunugwa who had one of the most productive farms in Chivi," said Dzoro in his usual assertive style.
    Although he would not delve into it, Dzoro would also definitely walk into politics as he has always been involved with Zanu PF as a provincial executive member.
    Dzoro was born in Rera Village under Headman Madamombe in Mukotosi area in Chivi. He joined the liberation struggle in Mozambique in 1977 at the age of 17 after causing problems at Lower Gweru Mission as a student.
    Some students who were involved in the disobedience strikes are the likes of Colonel Abedinico Lunga and Colonel Njiva.  Dzoro operated in Gaza Province and rose to the rank of detachment political commissar.
    In the army he was stationed at 1 6 Infantry Battalion in Bulawayo from 1981 to 1982 after receiving further training in Libya.
    In 1982 he opted for demobilisation and joined the registrar's department in Kwekwe and in 1984 was transferred to Harare to work at Market Square Office as a death and birth certificates supervisor.
    He moved to Masvingo District in 1997 and has been at this  one station until his retirement.
    Dzoro advised other war veterans to know when to retire.
    Dzoro has four children, one girl who is a teacher and three boys one of whom is doing law at the University of Zimbabwe.
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