Tsunga weighed in, saying he was going to engage the local authority over the issue.
“I saw what happened today (Friday) and I am going to engage the council so that we can find a way forward. I think residents might have genuine issues which need to be addressed. I am also going to attend the residents’ meeting next Saturday so that I can have an appreciation of their concerns,” he said
MRDC officer George Bandure confirmed the incident.
“The large number which attended did not attest to the short notice, they alleged. They prefer meetings on Saturdays and not mid-week which request we acceded to,” he said.
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