I am not a tribalist- Minister of State for Bulawayo


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The Minister of State for Bulawayo Eunice Sandi Moyo said she was not a tribalist and would not reserve jobs in Bulawayo for the people of Bulawayo but would give jobs to anyone with the right documents.

Moyo had been asked by Movement for Democratic Change legislator Ruth Labode how she intended to handle the issue of people from outside being employed in Bulawayo.

“First of all, I am not a tribalist. Secondly, I serve Zimbabwe. Thirdly, I will support anyone who has the right documents to occupy a vacancy,” Moyo replied.

 

Q & A:

 

DR. LABODE: My question is directed to the Resident Minister, Hon. Sandi-Moyo. In Ndebele there is a saying that says, “the inheritance of the foolish is bequeathed to the clever”. People who are being employed in Bulawayo are people from outside. How do you intend to handle this issue?

THE MINISTER OF STATE FOR BULAWAYO METROPOLITAN (MS. MOYO): First of all, I am not a tribalist. Secondly, I serve Zimbabwe. Thirdly, I will support anyone who has the right documents to occupy a vacancy.

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