Pictures: Phillip Chiyangwa’s manifesto launch

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ZIFA asipiring President, Philip Chiyangwa addressing delegates at the launch of his manifesto on Saturday [Pic Shepherd Tozvireva]

Zifa presidential candidate Phillip Chiyangwa intensifed his campaign to land the top post when he launched his manifesto on Saturday at Crowne Plaza hotel  in Harare.

Pictures by Shepherd Tozvireva

ZIFA asipiring President, Philip Chiyangwa addressing delegates at the launch of his manifesto on Saturday [Pic Shepherd Tozvireva]
ZIFA aspiring President, Phillip Chiyangwa addressing delegates at the launch of his manifesto on Saturday at Crowne Plaza hotel in Harare [Pic by Shepherd Tozvireva]
Philip Chiyangwa (centre) with delegates during the launch of of his manifesto [Pic Shepherd Tozvireva]
Phillip Chiyangwa (centre) with delegates during the launch of his manifesto [Pic by Shepherd Tozvireva]
Football fans also attended Phillip Chiyangwa's manifesto launch [Pic Shepherd Tozvireva]
Football fans also attended Phillip Chiyangwa’s manifesto launch [Pic Shepherd Tozvireva]

Phillip Chiyangwa and his young brother.
Phillip Chiyangwa and his young brother.

Philip Chiyangwa listening to the vice chairperson of Women's football, Cecilia Gambe during the launch of the manifesto [Pic Shepherd Tozvireva]
Philip Chiyangwa listening to the vice chairperson of Women’s football, Cecilia Gambe during the launch of the manifesto [Pic Shepherd Tozvireva]
Stunner and Mudiwa perfoming at Phillip Chiyangwa 's manifesto launch
Stunner and Mudiwa provided entertainment during Phillip Chiyangwa ‘s manifesto launch [Pi by Shepherd Tozvireva]
Phillip Chiyangwa answering questions from journalists at a press com held after the launch of the manifesto at Crowne Plaza
Phillip Chiyangwa answering questions from journalists at a press conference held after the launch of the manifesto at Crowne Plaza hotel [Pic by Shepherd Tozvireva]

16 COMMENTS

  1. It’s better to let Phidza ane cash to be the president of ZIFA than to have those who are struggling for survival be at the helm of a debt ridden organisation like ZIFA. How will they surely manage to extricate ZIFA from it’s current situation.

    • Are you saying that because he has money he will use his personal money to bail out Zifa or manage to extricate ZIFA as you put it? If so then i am not surprised that so many businesses are failing because you cannot take money from business and use it in another.By the way that Rhodesian picture was a selfie

  2. ZIFA needs someone with his or her money. Letting those poor football experienced guys handle the ZIFA burden is just creating more problems than you are solving. Give Phidza a chance, there’s nothing to steal ku ZIFA uko!

  3. Philip Chiyangwa is just too boastful zvisina nebasa, i wish he looses this election, football just needs someone with a passion not just because someone has money or so.

  4. Ko hanty Cuthbert aiva nemari futi. Aipiwa 1million ku PSMAS apa akagara 19 ma board e big companies these money guys have nothing to offer we need someone ane passion and vision.

  5. Curthbert Dube HAD money too, his own personal money and he used to deep into his own pocket to bail ZIFA, now that is what is called FAILURE.One musn’t use his own money for ZIFA business.Chiyangwa is too pompous for nothing.Its not about the money, stupid, its about proper management of the association..We need someone with a proper corporate mind..kwete zvekufungidzira or childish people who cannot even define FIFA or CAF.

  6. Haa ngaapinde Phidza hapana kana chekuba kuzifa tozviziva,regedza bhora racho ringoita zvematakanana ,ko kuchei zvedu tisingadi bhora isu vana chomi,hezvoko mufanha Gwindi naTakavada,mamamiswa naPhidza nemari yake.

  7. its the future@stake here.who ever is voting remember what we hav gone thru with cuthbert&the wasted years for both young players,cooperate world,willing suppoters&destroyed potential.its the same councilors who voted cuthbert in before they chased him away after being bried for two minutes just like wat chiyangwa is doing now.these councilors have to no that this game belongs to evry1&is our source of unity peace&hapines away from politics.they must not behave like prostituets who do anything for money@the cost of the game.pliz guys dont take us for a ride&consider the futur of the game.look@zambia,they hav manged to construct several stadia ever since kalusha took over,won the africa cup&going forward with developing the game @ al levels.the business sector is scrambling for a share to suport yet as for us we are stil 6years back.so guys vote for football not personal selfish money.

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