amos midzi.pngZanu PF Harare Province says a decisive vote in favour of Zanu PF in general elections coming later this year will ensure continuity of the revolutionary party’s programmes that have been stalled by the squabbles in the inclusive government.

The province has thrown its weight behind the Politburo decision to hold elections this year, saying this is the only solution to the stalemate in the inclusive government which has derailed various people-oriented programmes pioneered by the party.

Addressing Zanu PF Youths in the capital, Harare Province Chairman, Ambassador Amos Midzi said the young people in the party should carry forward the founding principles of the revolutionary party and ensure victory in elections expected before the end of this year, as the inclusive government has failed to work.

“You should carry on with the struggle of defending our country through ensuring that the dismal performance by the party in the 2008 harmonised elections is reversed,” said Ambassador Midzi.

The Harare Provincial Youth Chairman, Cde Jim Kunaka implored young people to be disciplined and shun activities that impact negatively on the reputation of the party.

Cde Kunaka said: “You should have discipline because if you are involved in rowdy activities your counterparts will not want to join Zanu PF.”

The meeting also discussed various issues such as factionalism within the party with the youths being encouraged to shun the vice as well as desist from being used by other senior members for self interests.

Zanu PF has maintained that elections will be held this year, but MDC-T has been employing delaying tactics especially in the constitution-making process.