fertiliser 17.01.11.jpgTraditional leaders in Mhondoro-Ngezi Constituency have been advised to fairly distribute Presidential inputs to ensure that all who deserve benefit.

The advice was made by House of Assembly Member for Mhondoro-Ngezi Constituency, Cde Bright Matonga when he presented inputs to the Gavhunga community.

Cde Matonga says community leaders should fairly distribute the inputs under the Presidential Inputs Support Scheme to benefit everyone in their communities as efforts to improve food security intensify.

“There is need to prioritise the vulnerable members of the community such as the elderly and the youths when distributing the inputs,” Cde Matonga said. 

More than 200 tonnes of fertiliser from the presidential inputs scheme has been distributed in the constituency.

Meanwhile, Cde Matonga has also sourced additional inputs and building material to refurbish schools and teachers’ houses in the constituency.

Over US$19 000 has also been committed to developmental projects such as the upgrading of schools, clinics and rural electrification in the area.