ZANU PF members encouraged to mobilise for the party

By Mercy Bofu        

THE ruling ZANU PF is continuing with its mobilisation drive ahead of the 2023 Harmonised Elections with the focus on ensuring the party’s supporters register to vote.

Speaking after an inter-district meeting in Gutu this Wednesday, Zanu PF Masvingo Provincial Chairperson, Cde Robson Mavhenyengwa said they are engaging the party leadership in Masvingo to encourage the electorate to take advantage of the ongoing voter registration blitz.

“Tirikuita mainterdistrict meetings aya munyika yese tichikurudzira vatungamiriri kuti vakurudzire vanhu kunoregister kuvoter. Uye zvakare tirikutaurira vanhu kuti vabatane vatore mukana urikuuya kunotora zvitupa, (we are carring out these meetings throughout the country encouraging the leaders to urge people to go and register to vote. As well as for the people to acquire national identity cards),” said Cde Mavhenyengwa.

Politburo members, Cde Lovemore Matuke and Lieutenant General Engelbert Rugeje encouraged ZANU PF members to take advantage of empowerment programmes being spearheaded by the ruling party.

“Gore rino kuno kwaGutu mvura haina kunyatsonaya saka Hurumende irikuuya nechikafu ngatibatsirei kuti  vese vanotambudzika vawanewo, ( this year there were not enough rains here in Gutu, that is why the government is providing food for the venerable people),” saidCde Matuke.

The ZANU PF party is targeting at least five million votes in the 2023 harmonised elections.