Bond notes bonding people together if Chinamasa comes to my constituency I will slaughter a cow for him- MP says


Full contribution:

*HON. MUDARIKWA:  Thank you Madam Speaker.  The issue of bond notes is a job well done by the Government.  We thank the Minister of Finance and Economic Development for so doing.  If he comes to Uzumba, I will slaughter a cow for him.

Mbare Msika was no longer in business.  People did not have cash to transact with.  Our farmers are now able to transact because of the bond notes.

*HON. TARUSENGA: On a point of order Madam Speaker, the Hon. Member who is debating is not properly dressed.  He is wearing a leather jacket.

*THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER:  Hon. Member how are you dressed? – [HON. MEMBERS:  Inaudible interjections.] –

Hon. Member, we have observed that you are wearing a leather jacket.  May you go and wear a formal jacket?

*HON. MUDARIKWA:  Madam Speaker, I am pleading with you  – [HON. MEMBERS:  Inaudible interjections.] –

*THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER:  How am I expected to hear what he is saying?  – [HON. MEMBERS:  Inaudible interjections.] –

*HON. MUDARIKWA:   May I be allowed to debate as someone who is coming from – [HON. MEMBERS:  Inaudible interjections.] –

*THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER:  Hon. Member, if you are not properly dressed, you are not allowed to debate.  May you please go and correct that anomaly.  – [HON. MEMBERS:  Inaudible interjections.] –

Hon. Madondo exchanged his formal jacket with Hon. Mudarikwa’s leather jacket ­–[HON. MEMBERS:  Inaudible interjections.] –

HON. D. SIBANDA: On a point of order Madam Speaker.

THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER: What is your point of order?

HON. D. SIBANDA: Madam Speaker, thank you very much. My point of order Madam Speaker is, we have noticed that the Hon. Member has just  been given a jacket by another Hon. Member. There is need for us to respect this House Hon. Speaker. It is not a dressing room.  If they have to exchange clothes, it has to be done out of this august House. Thank you very much; not in the Chamber.

THE HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER: Order, Hon. Member. I still remember the Hon. Member who was putting a point of order one other day. Someone queried the type of dressing but at the same time, something happened and she changed her dressing and we continued. Yes, I remember. –  [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections.] –

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