SN: That’s an amazing story though not impossible but frankly speaking it’s a surprising one.
I went to Nzvimbo High School in Mashonaland Central for primary elections where I won and become an MP, then came the secondary elections for governorship and went on to win the Presidential seat.
SN: It has been amazing so far, so many ideas from the MPs on how to move forward its exciting and I can’t wait to see these ideas blossom into something amazing.
BZ: You still have another year of contesting for jnr Parliament thus in 2017.
The Sunday Mail Bridge Reporter Bryan Zhawi (Mufakose 2 High 2014 student) caught up with the new Junior President Samuel Nyarenda in a one on one interview which he hints on his experience as a Junior President and how Junior Parliament is helping to curb early child marriages.
SM: Thanks man, it is my pleasure to serve my fellow Zimbabweans. SN: Well I’m a religious boy aged 15, raised in a Family of four in which I’m the youngest.
ET’s Katie Krause caught up with the 37-year-old reality star at the premiere of the hit MTV show’s Miami reunion series, , where he got candid about how becoming a dad has influenced his once highly scrutinized love life.“Now, I’m even more picky when I pick women to actually meet her or my mother -- only certain ones will meet them,” he explained before hitting the party at Hyde Sunset in Los Angeles, California.
SN: Good question man, well we are going to do some awareness campaigns in remote areas because I think this is where the problem is intense.SN: Marches across the country but as for now we did one in Mount Darwin, Harare and recently one in Bulawayo.We are mainly targeting Child Marriages but also involving the Girl Child’s rights.I did my Primary school at Marlborough Preparatory School and now I’m at Mazowe Boys High.BZ: How did you make it possible to be elected as Jnr President whilst in Form three?