The Bulawayo Provincial Affairs Minister Senator Angeline Masuku has urged the electorate to give President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration a chance by voting it into power on 30 July so that it can finish the national rebuilding exercise it has embarked on.

The campaign trail by House of Assembly member for Makokoba Retired Colonel Tshinga Dube, of targeting a specific gender and age group for interfaces seem to be gathering steam with hundreds of women from his constituency gathering for a meeting where they highlighted their expectations.

Officiating at the function, Cde Masuku said the new dispensation has proved beyond reasonable doubt that its focus is on making Zimbabwe great and as such should be voted into office to finish what it has started.

“What we saw some 37 years ago is different now. The NRZ is now on a recovery path. The factories something is coming up and it’s our children who are set to benefit from such. Our President has moved across the globe to open up businesses and money is beginning to come. I know you are crying for money from banks but these things take time and they will be solved. The promises are real and please give this new dispensation space,” she said.

Retired Colonel Dube said he is humbled by the support he is getting from Makokoba insisting that he will continue to push for the development agenda of the constituency once elected into office.

“We continue to do our projects without selective application on party lines. It’s you who might decide not to move with us but our goal is development oriented,” he said.

The event which comes hard on the heels of Idale where Retired Colonel Dube met men from the constituency also witnessed some women living with disabilities being given some wheelchairs while some groceries were also dished out to the less vulnerable.