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ZANU PF party promises more projects to uplift livelihoods

Story by Peter Chivhima

Legislators have been implored to continuously keep in touch with their constituencies and spur development.

Since inception, the Second Republic implemented several developmental projects across the country which include road rehabilitation, improved power generation, dam construction, health centres and schools.

It is against this background that Mashonaland East Province this Saturday celebrated the ruling party’s victory in the 2023 general election at Mudzimurema Business Centre.

Speaking on the sidelines of the victory celebrations interface, the local traditional leadership implored legislators not to turn their backs on their constituencies.

Chief Mudzimurema said, “We want to thank honourable Tavaziva for coming back to the people. We have a tendency where when people are voted into power and the moment they are voted into power that’s the end of it. So we want to implore other legislators to emulate what Honourable Tavaziva is doing. Legislators are the bridges between the people and the Presidium, so they are supposed to be in constantly in touch with the electorate.”

“We are happy that our local leadership are coming back to us to thank us for what we did. Such is the kind of leadership we want, so we are calling on legislators not to forget their constituencies,” Headman Look Gondo said.

Marondera West Member of Parliament, Cde Godwin Tavaziva revealed that more people-centred projects are in the pipeline.

“I want to thank the Constituency for voting for our President, Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa, our ZANU PF party and myself. So, I am back to say Thank You for supporting us. I want to thank the President for having people at heart. In my constituency, the government already started the programme of giving aid to the needy. We have more programmes lined up for this constituency. Plans are on course to rehabilitate our roads in this area,” he said.

Marondera West is one of the constituencies which was wrestled from the opposition during the August 2023 elections, with the ruling party garnered more than 9 000 votes.

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