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Corruption In Chipinge As Town Council Commissions First Ever $17 000 Toilet!

Corruption In Chipinge As Town Council Commissions First Ever $17 000 Toilet!

Chipinge | When it was discovered that an astounding USD 17,000 was spent on building a single restroom at the Chipinge Cemetery, the Chipinge Town Council was subjected to intensive scrutiny and a range of negative responses on social media.

Residents and online groups are outraged by the outrageous cost, questioning the logic of spending so much money on such a simple facility.

Considering the urgent needs and objectives of the community, the disclosure of the lavish spending on a single restroom has drawn criticism.

Residents and social media users are confused and seeking explanations after the town council decided to spend a sizable portion of public dollars on a facility that normally only needs a small portion of that amount.

According to sources close to the project, the outrageous cost is a clear indication of poor management and a misaligned agenda among the Chipinge Town Council.

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Given the community’s ongoing problems with deteriorating roads, inadequate healthcare facilities, and restricted access to clean water, many find it unreasonable that such a large budget would be spent on a single restroom at the cemetery.

The information swiftly went viral on social media, sparking a flurry of responses from locals and other interested parties.

Many questioned the town council’s accountability and openness, expressing their dismay and surprise at the apparent waste of tax dollars.

Online debates have mostly focused on the necessity of more responsible money management and the importance of attending to the basic necessities of the community.

In response:

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Coxwell Chigwanha
This is worth $3,000 to us

Kinsey Zivai
Its coated with gold haaa matoyazi manyama ndati

Fadzie Chisweto
Mbavha idzi dzichafa riiniko

Gunnz Banks
Madhiri arikuitwa kunze uku takangoti vavava

CaptainZorro Madavirashe
Well done, Town Council…Zvitunha zvanga zvabaiwa nekuitira musango

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Amos Makhari Ndlovu
Yes 17000 Bonds…

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