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Hopewell Chin’ono: Rural Airports and Mega Deals are not cutting it…. talk to electorate as equals not kids

Hopewell Chin’ono: I spent a day at the village in Murewa talking to relatives and anaSahwira (family friends) trying to figure out their thoughts on election choices and what they consider to be important and immediate to their lives. Rural Airports and Mega Deals are not cutting it, they feel that it is stuff out of the movies! Politicians from both the ruling party and the opposition must engage with the electorate and talk to them as equals not kids. The post Hopewell Chin’ono: Rural Airports and Meg

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هذه الصفحة هي مجرد قاریء تلقائي للأخبار باستخدام خدمة الـ RSS و بأن نشر هذه الأخبار هنا لاتعني تأییدها علی الإطلاق.

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