- — Doug Coltart ✊🏽🇿🇼 (@DougColtart)Thu, Feb 08 2018 09:56:16Today is the last day of @ZECzim’s #BVR voter registration mop up exercise. If you haven’t registered, get down to your nearest centre today. Here’s a list of all of them: http://kubatana.net/2018/01/11/biometric-voter-registration-mop-centres/ … After today, YOU CAN STILL #RegistertoVote at any ZEC district office.
- — Collen Chibango (@CollenChibango)Thu, Feb 08 2018 05:59:18
- — agenda for youths (@agendaforyouths)Thu, Feb 08 2018 04:06:50
- — Vote Watch 263 (@VoteWatch263)Wed, Feb 07 2018 17:43:15
- — Charega (@Charega1)Thu, Feb 08 2018 04:30:12
- — Patrick Huni (@HuniPatrick)Mon, Feb 05 2018 21:24:03
- Ridden with different challenges emanating from victimisation of potential registrants by members of a certain political party, shortages of required materials by electoral commission, lack of adequate information by the potential, the registration turns out to be a success at the end of the day.
- — Cite (@citezw)Thu, Feb 08 2018 08:49:02
- — Dr. Victor Chimhutu (@DrVChimhutu)Wed, Feb 07 2018 20:07:11@fashionmawere @mawarirej @harrykthomasjr1 @usembassyharare @CatrionaLaing1 Nothing has changed no reforms on anything- NATO - No Action Talk Only- ZBC is still a ZANU-PF pvt ltd, no opposition coverage. New era, what a new error @PhillipPasirayi @dewamavhinga @P_VanDamme_EU @maDube_ @DrNkuSibanda @edmnangagwa @ZECzim #ZimbabweYadzoka
- Civil society, individuals and political parties played a critical role in mobilising and encouraging people, especially the youth to register to vote. Of late young people were not interested in the electoral process due to a number of factors emanating from how the elections where conducted, but with the introduction of the BVR system, a lot of young people showed interest.
- — Cite (@citezw)Thu, Feb 08 2018 08:53:11
- — Golden (@Golden65468435)Thu, Feb 08 2018 09:43:32@OpenParlyZw @kubatana @263Chat @ZBCNewsonline @povonewsafrica @Wamagaisa @ComradeFatsooo @BitiTendai @ZECzim @ZESN1 @erczimbabwe @Nmasivanda About jobs dont go there ..they should just bring him investors and let private sector grow then more jobs will come.But please money should not go to them..the devourers..the gwatagwata
- — Noel Nyasha (@NoelNyasha)Wed, Feb 07 2018 18:25:36
- — Collen Chibango (@CollenChibango)Wed, Feb 07 2018 17:58:50
BVR & #ZwElectionPledge2018.... Not the End
The Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) Mop-up exercise today will come to an end with approximately 5,264,674 voters being registered. This figure includes figures from the static registration centres for the period 18/9-9/10/2017.
byOrganizing Zimbabwe18 Views