War veterans’ elective conference set for early next month

By Bruce Chahwanda, Political Editor

The ruling ZANU PF party has intensified preparations for the War Veterans League Elective Conference slated for early next month.

Briefing journalists at the party headquarters on the politburo meeting outcomes this Friday, ZANU PF Secretary for Information and Publicity Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa said the elective conference will see the transformation of the association into a party wing.

“We have elected chairpersons together with members of the Central Committee will act as electoral college during the elective conference for War Veterans League slated for early next month,” he said.

The Politburo also applauded the engagement of churches by the President and First Secretary of the party Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa.

“We hail the engagement of faith-based organisations by our President, Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa. This is in line with his mantra that no one and no place will be left behind,” he added.

Ambassador Mutsvangwa noted the work being done behind the scenes regarding the issuance of title deeds to urban dwellers.

“The dreams of most urban dwellers will be fulfilled considering that great work is being done in the background to ensure that title deeds are issued. We decided to start with Epworth as a model. One comma three million households will benefit from this gesture,” he said.

ZANU PF is engaging communities across the country, informing them about the successes of the Second Republic towards attaining an upper middle income society by 2030.