It’s all systems go for the Manicaland Presidential Youth Interface slated for Sakubva stadium in Mutare tomorrow, with youths today staging a carnival to show the province’s preparedness for the event.

Featuring members of Jekenisheni church, the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS), National Youth Service, the army band, drum majorettes, students from local colleges and the Zanu PF youths, the street carnival drew the attention of the on lookers and left passers-by stand still.

Marching from the city centre to Sakubva stadium, the participants showed the province’s readiness to welcome President Mugabe tomorrow.

The colorful procession later gathered in Sakubva Stadium where they were addressed by the national members of Zanu PF Youth League –  Secretary for Environment and Tourism, Cde Lovemore Chibvura and Cde Betty Dhliwayo, the Secretary for Production and Labour.

Zanu PF Manicaland Youth League Provincial Secretary for Environment and Tourism, Cde Pamela Razemba (second from left) leading members in chanting party slogans

The colourful carnival is the first of its kind in Manicaland province and was organised by the Zanu PF Manicaland Youth League led by Provincial Secretary for Environment and Tourism, Cde Pamela Razemba.

Yesterday, a clean-up campaign was held around the venue, all in preparation for the rally.

All Zanu PF wings are collaborating to ensure a successful hosting of the second Presidential Youth Interface after the inaugural rally was held in Marondera, Mashonaland East Province.

Kudzai Chipanga said all is now set for the Presidential Youth Interface meeting.

Politburo member Cde Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri said they are happy with the unity of purpose displayed in preparation for tomorrow’s rally.

The Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, Dr Chris Mushohwe thanked the Youth League for such wonderful organisation.

He said the leadership they are fully in support of the Presidential Youth Interface rallies.

Minister of State for Manicaland Province, Cde Mandi Chimene said everything is ready for tomorrow.