ZANU-PF chief whip voluntarily steps down from contest for the upcoming elections


By George Msumba
ZANU-PF chief whip and Gutu Central Legislator Cde Lovemore Matuke, has voluntarily stepped down from his seat to pave way for the Minister of Mines and Mining Development Cde Winston Chitando, to contest for the constituency in the forthcoming harmonised elections.
Addressing a Gutu Development Association fundraising dinner event in Harare last night, Cde Matuke said he was stepping down to allow for a technocrat to have a chance to develop the nation.
He said he was happy when Cde Chitando was elevated to be a Minister.

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