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    Friday, 28 September 2018

    Strictly jacket and tie – Buhera councillors told

    Freeman Mavhiza


    MURAMBINDA – The District Administrator for Buhera, Freeman Mavhiza has ordered Buhera councillors to wear formal clothes only during council business.
    He said that councillors who don't comply with this requirement would not be allowed into the local authority's meetings. T-shirts are not going to be tolerated at all, said Mavhizha.
    "Every councillor should be formally dressed; no T-shirts are allowed and this requirement must be taken seriously. The type of your dress reflects your attitude towards a meeting. Failing to adhere to this means you will also not attend council meetings," said Mavhiza. 
    He also urged the councillors to now put aside their politics and concentrate on development and business of council. He told the 33 councillors who were sworn in on Tuesday to serve the people and not perpetuate self-interest by enriching themselves. He urged them to actively participate in council meetings.
    Zanu PF Ward 19 councillor Ngoni Musakaruka was elected unopposed as council chairperson for Buhera RDC for the next five years.
    This is the second time that he has been elected unopposed. Musakaruka was elected unopposed after Ward 1 councillor Alderman Goodluck Tsodzo refused the position of being a council chairman. Tsodzo also won on a Zanu PF ticket.
    Vice chairperson is Zanu PF Ward 9 councillor, Jokonia Mayepi who replaces James Mhlanga in that posotion.
    Musakaruka is the headmaster at Bangure Primary School.

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