Runesu Gwidi in GUTU
Gutu Central legislator Cde Winston Chitando has been hailed for spearheading developmental projects in his constituency, where he has upgraded schools and clinics to engender socio-economic development.
Community leaders who attended the recent construction of a mortuary at Chimombe Clinic in Ward 17 being spearheaded by Cde Chitando, applauded him for contributing to meaningful development in the area since being voted into the National Assembly.
Chief Gutu (Mr Amon Masanganise) said the community was grateful for the construction of schools and clinics and the renovation of older ones by the legislator.
“We appreciate what Cde Chitando is doing in his constituency.
“He donated furniture to several schools and renovated many clinics and schools in this area.
“Most importantly, we acknowledge his ability to foster unity within the community,” said Chief Gutu.
Councillors and villagers in the area also commended Cde Chitando on the work he is doing in terms of education and healthcare.
Ward 34 councillor Susan Samanyanga said: “While some National Assembly members are in the habit of disappearing once they are voted into power, Cde Chitando has remained visible to the electorate.”
The construction of Chimombe Clinic mortuary and laundry room is still underway.
Minister Chitando’s field officer Mr Trust Bare said the legislator has assisted Nyamande, Mudzamiri, Jaravaza, Hwingwiri, Ranga and Guzha primary schools, Shumbanhete and Gonye secondary schools, among others.
At Mudzamiri Primary School, Cde Chitando renovated one block, while he donated 10 bags of cement to Chadzamira Secondary School.
He also spearheaded electrification of Ranga Primary School and donated cement to Shumbanhete and Gonye secondary schools.
The legislator, according to Mr Bare has also managed to install a submersible water pump for Guzha Primary School and secondary schools.