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For 20 years if the party genuinely believed in a genuine land reform programme, the Lancaster
House Agreement of willing buyer and willing seller ended in 1990. The invasion we did which we are currently passing for Land Reform programme was a rapid response to the people's rebuttal of the state of affairs. Despite this my estranged wife knows that right straight from our Gushungo, we
all have more than one farm. Gushungo Holdings has more than 10 farms in Mash Central, West and
East, Manicaland and Matabeleland North. Obert Mpofu has 5 farms, Joseph Made 4, Late John
Nkomo 3, Patrick Chinamasa 3, the late General Mujuru 8, Constantine Chiwenga 5, Perence Shiri 4,
Emmerson Mnagagwa 6, Jonathan Moyo 3, Saviour Kasukuwere 3, Dzikamai Mavhaire 3, Happyton
Bonyongwe 4, Christopher Mushowe 3. The list is endless. Yes land redistribution was inevitable but
the greedness done by our chefs cannot go unnoticed. The million peasants are still squatting
in derelict land when the chefs are owning all this land, most of which are not being utilized. Poor
villagers did not benefit. The instalment on indigenisation to follow.
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