By Yolanda Moyo
THE ZANU-PF Women’s league has endorsed the party’s First Secretary and President, Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa as the party’s sole presidential candidate in the 2023 general elections.
The women’s league was this weekend in the Matabeleland region, where the party’s First Secretary and President, Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa got an endorsement to represent the party in the 2023 presidential elections.
In Bulawayo this Sunday, Zanu PF Secretary for Women Affairs, Cde Mable Chinomona called on the Bulawayo community to continue supporting the President given his vision of uplifting and empowering women.
“As women’s league we are the ones with the majority vote and we are behind President Mnangangwa in the 2023 elections. He is fulfilling his promises; we want to achieve his vision 2030.
” We should recruit our children into the party. We as women we have to come up with projects that will be funded by the women’s bank so that we create employment for our children. President Mnangangwa has come up with policies that are uplifting the lives of women and now we have the 30 percent policy on women quota in the local authorities.”
The party’s Women’s League Secretary for Administration, Senator Monica Mutsvangwa said it is encouraging to note that the Bulawayo community appreciates the interventions by President Mnangagwa on the water woes, dilapidated road infrastructure as well as the rehabilitation of health care facilities including the Care children’s hospital which is the first of its kind in the country and a huge leap in development in the city.
“As the Women’s league we are the one that should be showing a united front. Let us be united together, and we are behind President Emmerson Mnangangwa in the 2023 general elections as our sole Presidential Candidate.
*As you leave this place take this message and explain to the people development issues in the country that President Mnangangwa is doing. President Mnangangwa engagements with chiefs on the Gukurahundi issue are a sign that he is a peace loving person.”
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