Thieves capture 500 kilos of fish from the presidential project

Zaka District Police have launched a manhunt for thieves who recently caught approximately 500kg of fish from the Chinorumba Secondary School fish pond.

The school received the fish donation under the Presidential Fish program in the run-up to the 2023 harmonized elections.

The school principal, Nixon Bhenyu, confirmed the incident to TellZim News but did not reveal how it developed. He referred all questions to the district schools inspector (DSI), Samson Chidzurira. Chidzurira said:

I do not have detailed details of what happened, but the school principal informed me of the incident and the matter has since been reported to the police.

Commenting on the matter on Zaka Development’s WhatsApp platform, Zaka Central Legislator and Deputy Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development, Davis Marapira (ZANU PF), said:

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I am sorry for the loss and this tells me that we still have people in District 13 who are against the President’s ideas of building the country through development.

However, it is also important that people make sure they implement safety measures when we receive these projects.

Where there are major projects, even in our wells or solarized gardens, we should have security.

Marapira then promised to replace the stolen fish with double that amount. He wrote:

The President’s projects cannot be stopped by people opposed to development; The thieves will be arrested in no time. I will bring 4000 to replace the 2000 that were stolen from me.

In January this year, Tshabili Secondary School in Beitbridge experienced a major setback after unknown persons administered poison into a fish pond, killing all the fish.

In July 2021, a fish farmer in the Chinorumba area of ​​Muhope village under Chief Nhema lost nearly 2,000 bream to thieves whom he suspected of using nets to harvest from his fish pond.

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