Lovemore Madhuku is a Zimbabwean lawyer, law professor and politician who has been the chairman of the National Constitutional Assembly since 1999. He was born on the 8th of February, 1963 in the town of Chinhoyi, in the then Rhodesia. His parents were both teachers. He has four siblings. He did his primary and secondary education in Chinhoyi, before going on to the University of Zimbabwe, where he studied law. After graduating, he worked as a lawyer in Harare for a few years. He then went on to do his Masters and PhD in law at the University of London.
He returned to Zimbabwe in 1999, and became involved in politics. He was one of the founders of the National Constitutional Assembly, which is a pressure group that is pushing for a new constitution for Zimbabwe. He has also been very critical of the government of Robert Mugabe. In 2002, he was arrested and beaten up by the police for taking part in a protest against the government. He has continued to be active in politics, and is currently the chairman of the National Constitutional Assembly.
Madhuku is married to Margaret Madhuku, and they have three children.
Lovemore Madhuku has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
|Full Name||Lovemore Madhuku|
|Education||University of Cambridge, University of Zimbabwe|
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