Jonathan Moyo delivers Tsholotsho to Zanu-PF with massive win

via Bulawayo24 NEWS | Jonathan Moyo delivers Tsholotsho to Zanu-PF with massive win 11 June 2015

Professor Jonathan Moyo has delivered Tsholotsho North back to Zanu-PF party for the first time since the death of Vice President Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo.

Moyo recorded a landslide victory receiving 11695 votes while Busani Ncube 91 and Getrude Sibanda 38. In 2013 from Tsholotsho North’s 10,928 valid votes cast MDC-T got 4,874 and Zanu-PF got 4,646 votes.

Tsholotsho North constituency returns to Zanu-PF after 20 years.

The seat was last held by Cain Mathema before it was split into two constituencies – Tsholotsho North and South.

The seat fell vacant following the expulsion of Roselyn Nkomo from parliament by MDC-T.

Prof Moyo said on Twitter: “I want to thank President Mugabe, our two Vice Presidents, the NPC, party colleagues, my family, twimbos  and above all Tsholotsho North voters for the landslide!”

Speaking to Journalists soon after voting, Professor Moyo said he was excited about the by-elections saying he felt liberated from the disaster of the 2013 harmonised elections.

“The constituency is returning back to the party for the first time since the death of Vice President Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo,” he said.

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    Tjingababili 6 years ago

    Compliments of MDC T! Political suicide, MDC T has committed. What a foolish stance, they took!

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    kelly 6 years ago

    Tvangeseee must go back to ZanuPF and sit down for a reward. He has delivered 100% into their hands. He better stop deceiving people and pretending to be opposition.

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    tawanda 6 years ago

    You don’t believe the figures,do you? Mudede is still rotting in the same job.

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    Tinomunamataishe 6 years ago

    The debacles in these by-elections have clearly vindicated that it was the right idea to not take part in these kind of shenanigans. Taking part just endorses Zanu thuggish behaviour.

    If nothing is done to make the Zim elections compliant with the basic rules of elections, then there is no point participating in the 2018 one.

    Other countries like Zambia now make elections a breeze while in ours hordes of people continue to be turned away, all rules are broken before the election and nothing is done, rules broken on election day and nothing is done.

    The impunity is just beyond imagination. As long as these people know they can get away with it they will always do it, the current system allows them to do it.

    Now Moyo gets a staggering 11,695 votes – where did the votes come from? He was going to win no doubt about it but 11,695? Give me a break.

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    Bull Ant 6 years ago

    Kuba kwebenzi. .This is cosmetic and over ringing. Hakuna zvakadaro. Are you Telling me kuti vese vakambovhotera MDC – ARE NOW ZANU PF. This is nonsense

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    I dont doubt the figures,those who doubt the figures have never been polling agents,at any polling station in the rural area.They have never experienced the rural area feeling at election time.You ask kuti vese vakambovhotera MDC vaaZANU here,the answer is yes,they have suffered enough,& have ‘learned their mistakes’.It not cool to be labeled opposition supporter out there.What with the great let down by confused Morgan,to vote opposition is a great sacrifice that is taken for granted by Hre folks.Pachibhorani you will be the last to fetch water,uchinzi mutengesi,mira vana vevhu titange isu.!Voters are mobilised door to door unlike in town where there are durawalls,after voting you come to register to the commissar,showing your red index finger.So that figure is low,in Hre pple make noise but they dont vote,its difficult even to register,you need proof of residence,in Rural area,Sabhuku nevanhu vake.Boycot and continue to boycot,but pple are starting to think that its cool to be in Zanu,zanu will bring change.The old guard is wasting away now and may be the new guys will bring new ideas,Morgan has failed.He want a level playing field,from whom?This is politics,even in the Bible,politics is never for theorists,be practical

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    Mupurisa 6 years ago

    If anything, these results thus far, play right into the hands of the MDC. ZANU PF would have been wiser to at least let some of the ‘opposition’ which contested in this election win a seat here and there, but NO, they had to win them ALL by a “LANDSLIDE”!!

    There is not an ounce of credibility to this hollow ZANU PF victory, but then again, since when did that matter to anyone?? ALUTA Continua!!

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    harper 6 years ago

    In 1986 50% of the political prisoners in Chikurubi Maximum were there for opposing the ZANU candidate for Tjolotlo in the 1985 election. ZANu wins elections through fear.