Traditional leaders challenged to spearhead development

By Courage Bushe

ZANU PF Second Secretary, Cde Kembo Mohadi has challenged traditional leaders to spearhead socio-economic development in their respective communities and play a key role in achieving vision 2030.

Cde Kembo Mohadi took his engagements with party structures to Zvishavane this Monday, where he challenged traditional leaders to play a key role in spearheading and fostering development in rural communities.

In an interview with ZBC News after the meeting, Cde Mohadi called for unity of purpose saying the party is on course to attain at least five million votes in the 2023 general elections.

“We are creating a situation whereby our DDCs will be working hand in glove with our traditional leaders and foster development and unity among all structures.  Unity is key to achieving development in our communities hence these engagements play a key role,” he said.

ZANU PF Chairperson for Midlands Province Senator Larry Mavhima weighed in emphasising the need for party structures to work with traditional leaders.

We need these engagements with our party structures because we want them to work hand in glove with our traditional leaders since they are the custodians of our people,” noted Senator Mavhima.

As part of his engagements which commenced in Matebeleland South, the Party’s Second Secretary is expected to visit other districts in Midlands Province.