ZANU PF remains a dominant political force: Dr Bimha

By Bruce Chahwanda Political Editor
ZANU PF National Political Commissar, Dr Mike Bimha says the ruling party’s campaign rallies conducted so far have shown that the revolutionary party is still the dominant political force in Zimbabwe.
Political parties continue to rally their supporters to vote in numbers in the March 26 by-elections as they enter the last weekend of campaigns.
Briefing journalists at the party headquarters in Harare this Thursday, ZANU PF national political commissar, Dr Mike Bimha said the high attendance figures at the party’s campaign rallies indicates that ZANU PF remains the dominant political force in the country.
“We have taken these elections to tell the people of Zimbabwe the achievements registered by the new dispensation, so much has been done in very short space of time, and people feel more will be done when given more time. Our campaign teams are doing good work and we are pleased with the quality of rallies, attendances confirm that Zanu is still a dominant force in national politics,” said Dr Bimha.
Dr Bimha also noted that campaign teams are on the ground with the key message being to uplift livelihoods.
“Focusing on livelihoods issues and uplifting living conditions in the rural areas, voters are educated, armed with correct information. As a party we don’t condone violence and we believe in free and fair elections,” he added.
Zanu PF will hold a presidential star rally in Binga this weekend to drum up support for party candidates in Binga North ahead of the forthcoming by-elections.