ZANU PF Chefs Remove Stickers On Vehicles In Order To Queue For Fuel
Senior ZANU PF officials driving party branded vehicles were reportedly removing the branding on the cars in order to be able to join fuel queues unnoticed.
Party officials who spoke to ZiMetro, indicated that it was difficult for them to be seen in fuel queues in party branded vehicles as they normally get victimized by fellow motorists in the queues.
The officials who would not want to be identified claimed that they for reports that one of their party drivers was heavily harassed in a fuel queue in Bulawayo last weekend which has forced them to remove the branding on the cars.
The party has however threatened to repossess the cars from any of they the errant cadres who are removing party stickers from their official vehicles.
In the run-up to the July 30 polls, the ruling party gave all its parliamentary candidates branded cars to enable them to campaign in their respective constituencies.
The party claimed that the officials are removing the stickers to personalize the cars and not to avoid being harassed at fuel queues.
“Those cars belong to the party; they must be used for party business in that particular constituency,” said the party’s secretary for administration Obert Mpofu.
“…It is not allowed to personalise those cars and I want to tell you from the reports we are receiving, we are going to take back some of those vehicles. We are going to deal with that matter because it’s not good for the party.”
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