The electorate in Buhera South constituency has been urged to resoundingly vote for the ruling Zanu PF party in appreciation of developmental projects being implemented in the area and foster continuity on unfinished projects to transform the lives of the ordinary people.

Commissioning Nyadi Bridge in Buhera South constituency constructed under the Emergency Rural Roads Rehabilitation Programme, the Minister of State for Manicaland Province Senator Monica Mutsvangwa said voting resoundingly for the ruling Zanu PF party is the greatest appreciation by the electorate in recognition of developmental projects being done by the local legislator Joseph Chinotimba and the ruling party in the constituency.

Senator Mutsvangwa hailed the local legislator for effectively representing his people stating that the electorate should vote for the ruling party to foster continuity on projects being implemented adding that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s development oriented vision is what the country requires to accelerate national development.

“There is need for people to vote Zanu PF in order to ensure the projects in the constituency being spearheaded by the local legislator Joseph Chinotimba are completed. Voting for the visionary leader President Mnangagwa and his Zanu PF party will certainly transform the country for the better,” she said.

Buhera South legislator Joseph Chinotimba said developments that include construction of Nyadi Bridge, construction of clinics and schools, rural electrification and road rehabilitation are in line with Zanu PF’s development oriented vision adding that the electorate should expect much more development in the constituency if it resoundingly vote for the revolutionary party.

“I have lined up a number of projects that include construction of clinics, schools as well as rural electrification and road rehabilitation, projects that require the electorate to vote for the ruling party to ensure continuity,” Chinotimba said.

Before the construction of the bridge worth more than $188 000, people used to travel more than 30 kilometres by foot to Muzokomba and Mutiusinazita service centres with Mutepfe Clinic and schools being inaccessible to ordinary people and pupils from Nyadi Primary and Secondary schools.
Meanwhile, Chinotimba was handed a wooden portrait of himself by a local artist in recognition of his sterling work in the constituency.