Hwange Central Constituency commends peaceful elections


Voters in Hwange Central Constituency have so far commended the peaceful environment during the elections.
Faith Mudala, a 54-year-old Ward 4 resident said the environment is peaceful and she is hoping for more peace during the post-election period.
“By 6:45am I was already in the queue. I cast my vote and the process was very vast,” she said.
Hwange Central Constituency Independent aspiring Member of Parliament Cosmos Kaboloma Ndlovu echoed similar sentiments saying the process is peaceful.
“The process is very peaceful here in Hwange, we have not heard or recorded any forms of violence and I’m happy that the people of Hwange are still maintaining that peaceful atmosphere. However, I am not happy about the ballot papers which are not clear (enough) for those who are visually impaired.”
By midday a number of voters had managed to cast their votes although there was a mix up of names in some polling stations in Ward 2 due to the delimitation process.
There are 46 polling stations in Hwange Central Constituency.

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