By Bruce Chahwanda, Political Editor
ZANU PF Secretary for Information and Publicity, Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa has commended government for prioritising the welfare of its people.
Speaking at the party headquarters in Harare this Wednesday ahead of star rallies to be addressed by President Emmerson Mnangagwa starting this Saturday in Epworth, Cde Mutsvangwa said the rally will see thousands of home owners receiving title deeds.
Briefing journalists in Harare this Wednesday, ZANU PF Secretary for Information and Publicity Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa said the focus on urban areas shows the party is ready to transform lives.
“A rally pencilled for Epworth, Harare will be headlined by the President. This is a signal that the revolutionary party is coming back to its roots, the urban areas that for more than 20 years have been neglected by the opposition political party. The signature of the Epworth rally is the granting of title deeds to urban dwellers, to show that the party cares about its people,” he said.
Ambassador Mutsvangwa says the party is happy with the gesture by government to improve the welfare of teachers.
“We are happy that government is taking the welfare of teacher’s seriously through giving them monetary and non-monetary incentives. The core of good education is the welfare of teachers,” he said.
ZANU PF is gearing up for by-elections slated for 26th of March where 15 other political parties will contest.
Twenty-eight parliamentary and 108 council seats are up for grabs.