The government’s infrastructure development and poverty alleviation programmes continue to earn public confidence with residents of Chipinge expressing joy at developments in their area.
Every political party had its manifesto during the campaign period with the Zanu PF policy attracting more support resulting in the party’s victory during the 2018 harmonised elections.
Villagers in Chipinge who attended a rally to celebrate the continuation of the Ngundu-Tanganda tar surfacing project expressed joy that the ruling party is delivering on its election promises that include poverty alleviation and community development.
“We are happy with the rehabilitation of Ngundu-Tanganda road among other economic development initiatives and we are convinced that the projects have attracted support for the ruling party” said one villager.
Musikavanhu constituency legislator Retired Colonel Joshua Murire and Chipinge South legislator Enock Porusingazi say the electorate is commending the ruling party for the positive developments while Manicaland Minister of State Senator Dr Ellen Gwaradzimba and Zanu PF Manicaland provincial chair Cde Mike Madiro noted that the development thrust being spearheaded by government shows that Zanu PF is a people driven party.
The Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development Cde Joel Biggie Matiza urged the people of Manicaland to continue voting for Zanu PF for sustained development.
“There is need to continue supporting the ruling party because it is development oriented. Unity is however central in order to achieve the development targets,” said Cde Matiza.
Manicaland is poised for industrial rejuvenation in its vast economy that includes timber, tea, horticulture and tourism as investors have shown a huge appetite to partner the province.