Zach – Central lawmaker paradzai chakona Zacca recently donated clothes, including his socks and suit underwear voter package.
It is illegal to import second-hand clothes, but some people who have lived on this commodity have been smuggling for a long time.
Some of the packages were confiscated by the police and confiscated to the state government, but many of them were sent to the hands of those leaders who fired them for political gain.
In the central Chakona donated Zacca, second-hand clothes, he is said to have higher officials from Harare.
When contacted by the critics, Chakona spoke to the donation, saying he acted as a legislator and was a source of criticism for his people’s aid.
My job is to look after people in my constituency. I’m looking for kind people to donate money to help my people. Is that against the law?
“I can’t tell you what my source of donations is, because that’s my secret. I got second-hand clothes from the donors and they gave me a lot of things. I donated them to the most affected ward in the poor area. No one is forced to accept these things. “Only clothes that are acceptable,” Chakona said.
A ward chairman received second-hand suit underwear and socks, saying he was shocked by the contents of the package.
“How can you honor a person who has donated second-hand underwear?” The degradation of used underwear is not enough, and this will not work in the upcoming elections, Chakona. “He must apologize,” said the chairman.
The use of second-hand clothing, especially suit underwear , is generally considered unhygienic.