Vice President Kembo Mohadi says Zanu PF will fight to revive the economic urging party supporters in Mashonaland Central to vote for the tried and tested party.

Zanu PF’s election campaign has gathered momentum in Mashonaland Central with economic development top on the agenda.

Addressing party supporters at Mahuwe Shopping Centre Vice President Mohadi said Zanu PF is a tried and tested party since the days of the liberation struggle when it delivered independence but the focus is now on bringing economic  development as evidenced by the US$16 billion worth of investment enquiries generated by the new dispensation in the last 5 months.

“We are going further as investors are bringing roads infrastructure and they are going to create employment,” said Vice President Mohadi.

Earlier, Vice President Mohadi officiated at the ground-breaking ceremony to kick-start construction of Mbire Vocational Training Centre.

The Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Cde Kazembe Kazembe said the Mbire Vocational Training Centre is part of government’s plan to construct training centres in every part of the country.

“My ministry recognises the significance of skills development in the empowerment of young people for them to contribute meaningfully,” Cde Kazembe said.

The Minister of State for Mashonaland Central Advocate Martin Dinha said the province is in need of infrastructure development.

“People here are excited about your visit and are optimistic that it will bring development,” said Advocate Dinha.

Mashonaland Central has 8 districts and 500 000 registered voters.