The MDC Alliance presidential candidate, Mr Nelson Chamisa says his government will set up special units to fight corruption and reverse the new education curriculum if elected into office in the July 30 harmonised elections.
Addressing a party crowd at Mt St Marys business centre in Wedza yesterday, Mr Chamisa said his government will fight corruption through the establishment of special units, while reversing the new curriculum introduced in schools by the government.
Mr Chamisa said through his economic policies Indians, Europeans and Chinese will be working for Zimbabweans as maids and gardeners.
Accompanied by one of the MDC Alliance leaders Mr Tendai Biti, Mr Chamisa also introduced the Alliance’s National Assembly candidate for Wedza North constituency, Mr Fanuel Gukwe.
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