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ZANU PF ramps up support in Guruve

Story by Tapiwa Machemedze

THE ruling ZANU PF party has laid a solid foundation for a resounding victory in Guruve when the country holds general elections next week.

With only a few days left before the 2023 general elections set for Wednesday next week, the ruling ZANU PF party is expecting a huge voter turnout with Guruve no exception.

Addressing ZANU PF supporters at Mudhindo growth point in Guruve this Friday, ZANU PF Mashonaland Central Chairperson, Cde Kazembe Kazembe said every vote will count in ensuring the ruling party gets a landslide victory.

“Let us all go and vote, let’s not say because so and so is going to vote then my vote doesn’t count because Zanu pf has many supporters. What remains is for us to go and finish the work and let us not drop what we have by wanting to clap our hands. This year, President Mnangagwa has made it easy to campaign by the work he has done in the last five years when he has been leading the government,” he said.

ZANU PF candidate for Guruve South constituency, Cde Christopher Magomo assured the ruling party of victory.

“All these people you see here know us and love Zanu PF, there are some places where they didn’t know their candidate, but we have reached all those areas marketing the party. Zanu PF is going to win here so you should go and be assured,” said Cde Magomo.

Those who attended the rally said they are supportive of development projects that have been carried out by the Second Republic and will continue to back the ruling party.

“We are happy with the developmental message which we have been given by our leaders and we are ready to vote,” said a ZANU PF supporter.

“Here Zanu PF is assured of victory, and we are ready to go and vote next Wednesday,” added another.

The August 23 general elections come at a time when the Second Republic has carried out several development projects in Guruve, such as the establishment of the Tasimudzwa gold milling plant and construction of the Karoi bridge as well as schools and clinics under the devolution programme.

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