Bybit Lydia Tsomondo Zimbabwe politician

Bybit Lydia Tsomondo (born 1959) is a Zimbabwean politician and mayor of Norton Municipality. She was born in Murehwa, Mashonaland west of Harare, Zimbabwe. Currently she sits in central committee as the secretary for gender in the ZANU-PF women’s league. In 2002 Tsomondo went famous when she dropped from running as a member of parliament paving way for Patrick Zhuwao a nephew of Zimbabwe president and ZANU-PF leader Robert Mugabe and Zhuwao later on became the deputy minister of youth. She is married to the husband Shepherd Tsomondo and they have six children and the husband went famous when he stormed and took over the Norton police base resulting in him getting arrested http://allafrica.com/stories/200601130420.html. Tsomondo is well known for her helping hand in the Norton community giving donations to the Orphanages and Hospitals in and around Norton and currently she is working on a project to boost the Norton football clubs and sport the young talented football players by providing them with football boots, soccer balls and jersey and her main goal is to make sure that everyone in norton has managed to be given a chance to make it in life, although things were not well in Zimbabwe the norton community managed to survive through agriculture, selling fish and pretty much in working in Gold mines nearby and platinum mines like zimplats.

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