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Voters' Roll Anomalies: 87 People Use Industrial Stand As Address, Nobody Stays There

Voters' Roll Anomalies: 87 People Use Industrial Stand As Address, Nobody Stays There

Reports of anomalies in the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC)’s voter’s roll continue to surface with the latest suggesting that 87 people used an industrial stand in Kariba as their residential address when they registered to vote but no one actually resides there.

The report comes days before Ward 8 in Kariba Municipality holds by-elections scheduled for the 7th of May 2022.

Former CNN journalist, Hopewell Chin’ono said:

This is the voter’s roll for Ward 8 in Kariba Municipality. There are by-elections there slated for the 7th of May 2022. There is an address there, Stand 1110 Chawara, where 87 people are registered to vote. Checks have been done. It is an industrial stand & nobody stays there.

Preciously, ZEC denied reports of anomalies by various non-governmental organisations, including Team Pachedu and the opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) led by Nelson Chamisa.

ZEC is being accused of conniving with the ruling ZANU PF to manipulate electoral processes and results in favour of the ruling party.

The electoral body warns that such reports are fueling voter apathy and are in most cases far from the truth.

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9 Comments

9 months ago


Jonah chibadura 9 months ago

I dnt like this new version of pindula. The old was better.


John Chibadura 9 months ago

Sorry

Tasha 9 months ago

True ummm

Ndini Ndadaroo 9 months ago

Pindula is now a CCC project thats seeks to distabilize the government. It needs to stopped as soon as possible.

The Real Vaccine 9 months ago

Because you are using I-zel


Maparamuro 9 months ago

Does ZEC have to verify people's addresses? Which party do these people belong to?


Chawabvunza 9 months ago

#Jonah Chibadura, you will get used to it. Keep on reading. Now to the 87 people who registered to vote purporting to be staying at Industrial stand 1110 Chawara, Kariba. There must be a statute which clearly outlaws this practice and send these criminals to jail for long periods. This practice is prevalent in most urban centres.

[ VOTE CCC FOR REAL CHANGE ].


g 9 months ago

I understand employers are allowed to write proof of residency for their workers. so in this case it seems most of these guys are fishermen who are lodging in nyamhunga. so it's a business address I don't know if it's allowed to use to register otherwise dira riti paa

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