The Zanu PF aspiring legislator for Beitbridge East Albert Nguluvhe says the July 30 elections are a legacy to defend the country’s land reform process.

The Zanu PF candidate is upbeat that the party will romp to a sweeping victory in the constituency.

Banking on the previous elections where the opposition only got six votes in the Lesanth area where he was addressing voters, Nguluvhe has predicted an even bigger winning margin this year.

The party is mobilising all its registered members to cast their votes on July 30.

Well wishers have also come up mobilising transport which has always been a challenge in the area.

Some have even offered their donkey drawn scotch carts to ferry people to polling stations on July 30.