By Tafara Chikumira
THE ruling ZANU PF party has accelerated its voter mobilisation exercise ahead of the 2023 harmonised elections through continuous engagement with people at the grassroots level.
With a few months left before the 2023 harmonised elections, ZANU PF has accelerated its voter mobilisation exercise across the country with the Midlands provincial leadership engaging the grassroots level and giving feedback on deliberations made at the Congress.
The ZANU PF women and youth leagues are playing an active role in the mobilisation exercise.
“The Women’s League has embarked on empowerment projects across the country and in this district we must also benefit, so take part in all the projects being introduced by the party,” said party members.
“Young people must be proud of their country hence the need to register to vote.
The rallying call is for party candidates to cultivate a good working relationship.
“We are here to also inform you what took place at the congress and this must encourage you to register to vote for President Emmerson Mnangagwa,” said Manager Mkuli, a ZANU Central Committee member.
“We must embrace a new working ethic, that of working closely to make sure no enemy infiltrates us. Doing this will bring resounding victory for the party,” said Edson Chakanyuka, ZANU PF’s Midlands vice chairperson.
Gokwe-North District Coordinating Committee chairperson, who is also Gokwe-Nembudziya Legislator, Cde Justice Mayor Wadyajena emphasised the importance of voter registration.
“We must ensure that all members in our registers have been assisted to register to vote. The party is going for the broke in the 2023 general elections, the opposition political parties must be defeated by huge margins,” he said.
Zimbabwe is heading for harmonised elections next year and ZANU PF has strengthened all its wings during the course of the year in preparation for the polls.