MNANGAGWA’S 100 DAYS IN OFFICE : KADOMA

Motorists in Zimbabwe have for years now been crying foul over the poor state of the roads with most cars in the country always having numerous suspension issues owing to potholes and uneven road surfaces.

Their cries have fallen on deaf ears as the problem still persists and is actually getting worse.However a group of youths in Kadoma have decided to take matters into their own hands send a loud and clear message to City Fathers over the dilapidated roads in the town.

The concerned citizens have planted banana trees and grass in massive potholes between the road from Rimuka to Kadoma CBD.

Below are some of the pictures from their ‘noble’ operation.

MNANGAGWA'S 100 DAYS IN OFFICE : KADOMA

 

MNANGAGWA'S 100 DAYS IN OFFICE : KADOMA

 

MNANGAGWA'S 100 DAYS IN OFFICE : KADOMA

 

 

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