Village heads claim BVR will detect the party one will vote for

Village heads claim BVR will detect the party one will vote for
Published: 23 October 2017 (409 Views)
Heal Zimbabwe Trust has reported that a village head in Masvingo Province Chivi North Ward 5 claimed that the biometric voter registration will enable the detection of which party the person registering will vote for.

"On 11 October 2017, Village head Genasia Dzingai and Muchazeza Homera intimidated community members in Mudadisi village. Village head Dzingai highlighted that the BVR process will detect the party and candidates that people would have vote for in 2018 elections," heal Zimbabwe reported..

 "In Chivi North Ward 5 on 11th of October 2017, Mathias Tongofa Legislator for Chivi North constituency convened a meeting at Village head's Genesia Dzingi Rubayamberi homestead. The meeting was attended by all Village heads from ward 5. At the meeting, he instructed all Village heads to ensure that they compile a list of people who will register to vote. Tongofa also highlighted that this will allow the Village heads to monitor opposition supporters."

 The trust said in Masvingo West Ward 33 on 14 October 2017, Lydia Chimbare Sigauke, a ZANU PF member called for a meeting at King mine community hall and announced that the BVR machines will record the party and candidates that people will vote for.

"She also announced that any mine worker who will vote for opposition parties in 2018 will be evicted from mine houses," said the trust.

"In Bikita Ward 20 on the 14th of October 2017, Jaison Takaendesa, a Youth Officer told people at Chiroorwe ward centre that the BVR kits will allow ZANU PF to detect who would have voted for the opposition in next year's elections."

 The trust said in Chivi South Ward 25 on 17 October 2017, officials from the Ministry of Social Welfare meeting conducted a meeting at Madzivire ward centre.

"It is at this meeting that ZANU PF chairperson Beauty Chinyama hijacked the meeting and started chanting slogans. She also intimidated people and told them that the BVR kits will help ZANU PF to track people who will vote for opposition parties," said the trust.

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