Former Zimbabwean Minister of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture, David Coltart has displayed his contempt of the ink used on voters by ZEC.
Writing on his twitter account,Coltart said the ink was wearing off easily.
“We have very serious concerns about the ink used by @ZEC which comes off easily. These husband & wife voters got it off easily – especially the husband’s finger on the right. ZEC has also barred infrared checking machines. Why?@eueomzimbabwe,” He tweeted
Another political activist Patson Dzamara backed Coltart’s sentiments citing this could be a loophole for double voting.
“What’s the story behind this ink@ZECzim? What’s the point of putting ink I can easily remove?”He wrote.
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