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    Moyo tells ED, Chamisa to use resources for reviving the economy

    Harare – Presidential Candidate Nkosana Moyo has accused his opponents in the 2018 harmonised elections of being wasteful by choosing to use their resources on campaigning instead of reviving the economy.

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his arch-rival Nelson Chamisa of the MDC Alliance have erected huge campaign billboards in most cities and towns to lure the electorate.

    Moyo said money used for campaign materials could be channelled towards development. He added that he would not erect banners, not provide campaign t-shirts.

    Moyo blamed blatant nepotism, jobs for pals schemes and tribalism for the destruction of the country’s economy.

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