ZANU PF members pledge to work together in mobilising 5 million votes

By John Nhandara

THE ZANU PF party has stressed the importance of unity as the party mobilises five million votes for next year’s general elections.

ZANU PF Mashonaland East interface meeting with the electorate dubbed: “Meet The People” was held in Domboshava this Sunday where party members agreed that unity is the cornerstone to achieve five million votes in the 2023 elections.

Both losing and winning candidates at the recently held Mashonaland East provincial coordinating committee polls, pledged to work together in mobilising five million votes for the party in the 2023 general elections.

“We gathered to have a unity of purpose so that we achieve our target of five million votes,” said Mashonaland East PCC member, Cde Borniface Mutize.

Goromonzi DCC member Millicent Sekenhamo said: “I lost, but we are supporting winning candidates because we are all ZANU PF.”

Said Mashonaland East PCC member Petronella Kagonye: “As women we were also coming up with ideas of empowerment and how best we can have unity of purpose.”

The meeting was attended by Mashonaland East provincial coordinating committee members, district chairpersons, ward councilors and chiefs under Goromonzi West and South constituencies.