ZANU PF delegation to meet other former Liberation movements Tanzania

By Bruce Chahwanda, Political Editor

A 20-member ZANU PF delegation has left for Tanzania ahead of a meeting of former liberation movements where people centered projects will be high on the agenda.

The meeting comes at a time when the continent is preparing to celebrate Africa Day on May 25.

The revolutionary ZANU PF party continues to interact with other related political parties with regards to issues that affect citizens as well as finding ways of strengthening the mobilisation agenda.

This has seen a 20-member delegation leaving for Tanzania for a 12-day intensive training programme on leadership at the Mwalimu Julius Kambaragi Nyerere School of Ideology.

“The programme has been organised by the Chitepo School of ideology and the class will be led by Tendai Chirau,” said Patrick Chinamasa ZANU PF Secretary for Finance.

ZANU PF Central Committee member and head of delegation, Tendai Chirau said the liberation movements are bound by the common ideology of Pan-Africanism.

“We have been honored to take part in the workshop, we are expecting to join other like-minded parties. Zanu PF as a colossal party has been based on ideology as we will meet other former Liberation political parties. We are elated as a party as we will be able to share notes with other political parties in the region,” he said.

The delegation includes all ZANU PF provincial youth chairpersons, students and other progressive affiliates of the party.