Story by Bruce Chahwanda
ZANU PF has registered more than one hundred affiliates willing to spread President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s message of hope and development across the country ahead of this year’s elections.
The last four years have seen President Emmerson Mnangagwa endearing himself more with the country’s populace, owing to his government’s implementation of various developmental projects that include road infrastructure, setting up of rural industries, and opening of mining ventures.
The development has seen several organisations endorsing the country’s leadership to continue on the developmental trajectory for the benefit of the nation.
ZANU PF Director Commissariat, Dr Davison Gomo said, “President Mnangagwa has the right message for everyone, his inclusive strategy is being witnessed here. Politics has been generally on a voluntary basis where people are electing to relate to a leader, a party, a programme, or an ideology. This is what ZANU PF has achieved with these people. We are not doing a door-to-door with these people, they are doing it on their own, carrying the message of hope, of the President and I think we are starting 2023 on a very high note.”
Zimbabweans are being urged to continue embracing the government’s inclusive development agenda in line with the ‘leaving no one and no place behind’ mantra.
The Young Women for ED, led by vibrant legislator Honourable Tatenda Mavetera, was the first affiliate of the party to emerge, and since then, many more have come on board including the MenBelievED.