The United African National Council (UANC) took its campaign trail to Highfield to garner support for its candidates in the forthcoming harmonised elections.

The people of Highfield West constituency have been suffering for the last three decades and this is their opportunity to change their lives by voting UANC said aspiring National Assembly candidate Michael Nyamande while addressing a handful of his party supporters at Gazaland shops in Highfield. 

Also present was the party’s candidate for council Ward 29, Glenda Chihuri who promised to fight for the rights of school children to get good education.

UANC president Gwinyai Muzorewa took the opportunity to articulate the party’s policies and acknowledged the sincerity of President Emmerson Mnangagwa to hold a free, fair and violence free election despite efforts by some opposition parties to discredit the process.

Zimbabwe goes to the polls on in two weeks time in an election that has 55 political parties contesting and several independent candidates.