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All Zim Female Nurses And Teachers Will Benefit Under PPPZ Women Freedom Charter That Guarantees Women A Free Car

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By Elizabeth Nyaguyo

 

Newly launched opposition political party,  People’s Progressive Party Zimbabwe (PPP) promises milk and honey to all civil servants only after winning the 2023 elections.

 

 

Speaking during a press conference in Harare Monday the president of the PPP Timothy Chiguvare said as soon as he gets into office come 2023, he will change the lives of civil servants by providing descent salaries as well as providing better living standards.

 

 

His government will change the lives of civil servants by providing decent salaries as well as providing better living standards.

 

 

“We are gearing ourselves to change the lives of our Police officers by paying them decent salaries, feeding them, providing them with accommodation and providing them with adequate transport.”

 

 

“The PPPZ will ensure that there is adequate financial security in place meaning decent salaries, incentives and a competent health care facility in place for the entire nation and all civil servants.

 

“It is our duty to immediately improve or upgrade the working conditions of the entire prison service, army, police, air force and immigration department,” said Chiguvare.

“Teachers, nurses, doctors, police, military personnel and all civil servants who have served for 6 months will be entitled to the PPPZ government’s Medical Aid,” he said.

 

 

Chiguvare said that all female nurses and teachers will benefit from PPPZ Women Freedom Charter that guarantees women to receive a car.

 

 

“As a means of empowering women who are in the medical and teaching profession, PPPZ Women’s Freedom Charter has employed strategies to change the lives of women of Zimbabwe empowering in so many ways.

 

“And because of the challenges young mothers who are teachers and nurses, PPPZ government has special Guarantee(s)on selected economic fleet of cars for female teachers and female nurses.”

 

Robert Tapfumaneyi