By Tafara Chikumira
The ruling ZANU PF party has urged people to vote wisely during the 26th of March by-elections, if the country is to continue on a positive development trajectory.
The revolutionary party says the current trend of development being experienced in the country is a result quality leadership, hence the need for the electorate to be conscious of their political decisions for the betterment of their lives.
“Our track record is clear. Roads are being mended while factories are being opened. It’s time we open our eyes as a people and realise that meaningful development can only be achieved through voting ZANU PF into power,” said ZANU PF Vice President and Second Secretary, General (Retired) Dr Constantino Chiwenga.
ZANU PF National Chairman, Cde Oppah Muchinguri Kashiri said the revolutionary party is tried and tested and is more than ever determined to turnaround the fortunes of Zimbabweans.
“We have our history which is clear. We are a people’s revolution. It’s time that we should vote for a party that delivers development to the people. We are tired of shoddy services from the opposition-led councils,” she said.
The Midlands Province has five vacant national Assembly seats which will be contested on the 26th of March.
Cde Daveson Masvisvi will represent the revolutionary party in Gokwe Central, which fell vacant following the reassignment of Cde Victor Matemadanda as the country’s Ambassador to Mozambique.
Cde John Mapurazi is vying of the Kwekwe Central seat, Cde Vongaishe Mupereri will contest in Mbizo, and Cde William Gondo in Mkoba.
Mberengwa South constituency, which fell vacant following the death Cde Alum Mpofu, will be contested by Cde Tasara Hungwe.