Mliswa pleads with Finance minister to see importance of MPs vehicles

Mliswa pleads with Finance minister to see importance of MPs vehicles
Published: 20 October 2018 (267 Views)
Norton legislator Temba P. Mliswa has pleaded with Finance and Economic Development minister Mthuli Ncube to understand that the legislators and ministers really need cars for them to be able to executive their duties.
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The remarks come after Ncube recently suspended the allocation of cars to the MPs and ministers to cut government expenditure.

"1/ Regarding cars for GovtMinisters&MPs, it’s important for @MthuliNcube to understand that cars are a critical resource for enabling MPs to work in their constituencies. As ZANUPF MPs were given cars during campaigning, stagger disbursement&give cars to opposition first," Mliswa tweeted.

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