ZANU-PF Launches Perfume Brand

The ruling party, ZANU-PF has pulled another stunner from its campaign bag of tricks following the launch of a perfume brand called Victory Scent (pictured).

This comes as the country gears for general elections billed for a date to be advised next year.

The ruling party has become notorious for unusual campaigning stunts. Just recently, social media users were left awestruck after the announcement of Mahwindi for ED.

Some unusual campaigning stunts that have managed to provoke conversations include  the slashing of electricity bills for citizens who owed ZESA and the distribution of COVID-19 masks made from party President Emmerson Mnangagwa branded material.

The latest development has also earned its fair share of criticism. Below is what some social media users had to say;

Chiratidzo Pamela Ganyaupfu

Makutotengwa ne zvinonhuwirira musingakwanise kutengerwa MA piritsi kuzvipatara zvakaoma 

Jnr Jay Ramsey

Ndifambe ndichinhuwa corruption zvangu… 

Btj Bande

LOL I would have to nzwa the scent first… Hanzi munoshora mbodza neinozvimbira

Pmromise Prophecy

Chavo chaicho paperfume apo hapana kusara kwesticker zvimwe zvose zvino hodwa in bulk izvo n repack. 

Also on iharare, flamboyant ZANU-PF member parliament for Gokwe-Nembudziya Justice Mayor Wadyajena and four Cotton Company of Zimbabwe officials have been arrested by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) on fraud and money laundering charges involving US$5 million.

The four are Pius Manamike, Maxmore Njanji, Fortunate Molai and Chiedza Danha.

ZACC confirmed the development in a brief statement on Tuesday saying;

“The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission has arrested Gokwe-Nembudziya legislator Justice Mayor Wadyajena, Cottco officials Pius Manamike, Maxmore Njanji and Fortunate Molai, and Pierpont Moncroix Director Chiedza Danha on fraud and money laundering charges involving USD$5million,”

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