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2023 elections: ZANU PF congress unanimously behind President ED

By Tendai Munengwa

The ongoing ZANU PF 7th National Congress has unanimously endorsed Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa as President and sole candidate for the 2023 presidential elections.

The party’s Vice President and Second Secretary, General (Retired) Dr Constantino Chiwenga pronounced that while the ongoing Congress was supposed to be elective, Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa has received overwhelming support from all provinces as the sole Presidential candidate for 2023.

“The tremendous contribution by our President Emmerson Mnangagwa speaks for itself before and after independence. He sacrificed a lot and we are much better with him as our President. He surpassed our expectations in terms of development across all sector leaving no one and no place behind. Let all Register to vote to make sure that he will win the 2023 harmonised elections and take us to his great vision 2030.”

Equating President Mnangagwa to wine that matures with age, Vice President Chiwenga rallied the delegates to give President Mnangagwa another mandate come 2023.

He also urged the youths to take a cue from the President to promote unity, peace and development.

“Our party motto has always been unity, peace and development. President Mnangagwa’s vision 2030 through the Transitional Stabilisation Programme and NDS1 and 2, the country is on a growth trajectory. So, logically let’s give full support to a thunderous win in the 2023 election.”

On the international platform, Vice President Chiwenga applauded President Mnangagwa for the successful engagement and re-engagement policy which has paid dividends.

“Henceforth, he deserves another five-year term to put Zimbabwe on the world map.”

The ZANU PF 7th National Congress is being held under the theme, “Building a Prosperous Zimbabwe – leaving no one – no place behind.”

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