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Patrick Chinamasa cut the ribbon of a new bin in Rusape, in the north-east of the country, after opening a new multi-sports complex in the town.
Part of government ministers’ jobs is presiding over ceremonies where new facilities are opened… A clinic here, a school there.
But it looks like the Emmerson Mnangagwa administration is taking its efforts to clean Zimbabwe up quite literally.
Former minister of Facebook monitoring who was promoted to minister of finance Patrick Chinamasa officially opening a bin in Rusape, a bin??? Nooooo guys!! this can’t be the future, it just can’t kani nhai amana pic.twitter.com/9skfQokfd7
The country’s finance minister wasted no time when called upon to preside over a bin-opening ceremony.
Yes, a bin.
According to local news outlet ZimEye and political activist Pastor Evan Mawarire, Patrick Chinamasa cut the ribbon of a new bin in Rusape, in the north-east of the country, after opening a new multi-sports complex in the town.
Surrounded by other government officials and the public, Chinamasa apparently commissioned three skip bins meant to ‘help improve waste disposal and management in Rusape’.