Maridadi says ZANU-PF politburo might as well meet in Africa Unity Square because its discussions are leaked to the public even before the meeting is over


THE HON. SPEAKER:  It is time.

HON. MARIDADI:  That is ZESA power plant.  Let us go to the next slide, that is what people are saying about ZESA, ‘We are fed up ngeZESA!’, that is what people are saying and that is not me holding that placard but somebody else.

We go to Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) and then let us go to Command Agriculture.  That is a picture of the Hon. Vice President and I think that looks like Hon. Kasukuwere and that looks like Hon. Made, Hon. Dickson Mafios – we know them now and Hon. Chitindi and some other people.  Soon after that meeting, they will start sending wrong messages at cross purposes, he is a secessionist, he did this and did that as if that will contribute to Command Agriculture but there they are pretending to be laughing.  After that the Vice President will call his press conference, Hon. Kasukuwere will call his press conference,  Hon. Chitindi his press conference and Hon. Made his press conference.  Fortunately Hon. Made is quiet so he does not call for a press conference … – [Laughter.] –

THE HON. SPEAKER:  Wind up please Hon. Member.

HON. MARIDADI:  That is all information on Command Agriculture and I will be happy to give to Hansard…

HON. MUCHENJE: On a point of order Mr. Speaker Sir.  This presentation has since lost its parliamentary objective and is now laden with political satire – [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections.] – Something which is not necessary to our ears.  I thank you – [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections.] –

THE HON. SPEAKER: Order, order.  Hon. Member, your point of order should have come much earlier during the presentation.  Hon. Maridadi, unfortunately, the time is up, you may not proceed.

HON. MARIDADI: Mr. Speaker, I just want to thank you for indulging me to make this presentation.  It is my wish that other Members of Parliament also do power point presentation so that we are ICT savvy, but I just want to thank you Mr. Speaker for your time.


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