Zanu PF cadres who took part in the party’s primary elections have been urged to unite and campaign for the party ahead of the harmonised elections set for the 30th of July.

Political party campaigns for the 30 July harmonised elections are in top gear with aspiring candidates informing the electorate what they seek to do if elected into power.

Addressing Zanu PF members who participated in the party’s primary elections, National Chairperson Cde Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri called upon the winning and losing candidates to combine forces and campaign for the party.

“I urge all the members of the party those who won and lost to combine forces and campaign for the party to ensure we register an emphatic victory,” she said.

Zanu PF Politburo member Dr Sydney Sekeramayi reiterated the call for the members to bury their differences and work for the good of the party.

“Let’s all ensure that the party wins resoundingly, whatever happened was for the good of our internal democracy. Let’s now defeat the enemy,” he said.

The meeting was attended by losing and winning candidates for the house of assembly, local government, women’s quota, provincial council and senators.