By ZBC Reporter
ZANU PF says it is strategising to ensure the party regains the urban vote in the 2023 harmonised elections, Zanu Pf Acting National Political Commissar Patrick Chinamasa has said.
Chinamasa, who officially handed over party structures to Mashonaland East from Harare this Friday, says the ruling party is working flat out to regain the urban vote, challenging Mashonaland East leadership to work to reclaim Goromonzi South from the opposition.
“We want you to reclaim Goromonzi south which we lost to the opposition in 2018 and we want mash east to create structures.”
The Harare and Mashonaland East Zanu PF leadership said the handover is set to strengthen the party.
“As Mashonaland East, we are going to work with the new structures to strengthen the party and win in 2023.”
“As Harare Province, we will continue to work with mash east which we share boundaries to win all our neighbouring constituencies of Mabvuku and Goromonzi south.”
“We welcome the structures and promise to reclaim the lost seats.”
Caledonia has been governed by Harare province politically although geographically it is in Goromonzi South constituency, with its wards falling under Goromonzi Rural District Council.