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Inyathi hospital hires builders from Harare, ignores jobless locals

by Stephen Jakes
27 Jul 2017 at 07:27hrs | Views
There is a potential explosive matter in Bubi district where villagers have complained over the importation of labour into the district while thousands of local youth are unemployed.

This was revealed by Mthwakazi Republic party following its visit to the area recently.

"There is yet another development in Inyathi in Bubi district that might be a potential explosive following the decision by the Inyathi hospital management to bring in builders from Harare to build a guard room," said MRP.

"MRP secretary for security who will also represent the party in that constituency in 2018 elections went there in company of the local MRP members to verify for themselves the situation on the ground, have since proved that it is indeed true as evidenced by the pictures below as well as villagers testimonies."

"How can people be hired all the way from Harare to come and build a guard room in Inyathi hospital ahead of the locals". asked Bukhosi Sitsha.

The locals are reportedly very bitter about this development since they have qualified builders and professional contractors in the area.

"How come the government priorities the outsiders at the expense of the local Inyathi people?," fumed one resident.

"It is now clear that the restoration agenda being pursued by the Mthwakazi Republic Party is the way to go. We can't continue to be treated like second class citizens in our forefather's land", added an elderly man only identified as Dawuduna.

"After all the structure by these Harare builders is substandard, and lacks creativity as it exposes the guard to rain and cold weather". said Dawuduna

As MRP we view this development as a perpetuation of Gukurahundi in another form as part of the 1979 grand plan. Those Thomases from Matabeleland its high time you woke up and see the reality.

One villager who has been hopeful that her husband might get the tender and pay the fees for her children was seen shading tears as she spoke to her parliamentary candidate Bukhosi Sitsha.

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