The ruling Zanu PF party says unity is the strongest pedestal to defend the gains of the country’s liberation struggle urging members to move a gear up towards supporting party candidates and President Emmerson Mnangagwa ahead of the harmonised elections.

Senator Monica Mutsvangwa who is also Manicaland Minister of State for Provincial Affairs has called for unity within Chipinge Zanu PF party structures stating that genuine party members cannot be divided by individuals who value personal gains ahead of party interests.

Addressing party supporters in Chipinge Central, Minister Mutsvangwa said people hold party positions and relinquish them but the revolutionary party remains, hence the need to vote for all primary elections party candidates and President Mnangagwa during the country’s next polls.

“The new dispensation is on a drive to revive the economy hence the need to vote Zanu PF into power. This is the time for the people to vote for party candidates and its able leadership led by President Mnangagwa,” she said.

The local Member of Parliament for Chipinge Central, Cde Raymore Machingura, who is seeking a second term in office said he targets to complete unfinished projects that include provision of basic infrastructure and water among other projects.

“I will help the newly settled farmers to access electricity and water among other basic infrastructure,” said Cde Machingura.

Meanwhile, Minister Mutsvangwa said the new dispensation has implemented a number of projects that include road rehabilitation and opening of new industries, developments that should see the ruling party winning resoundingly as it has shown ability to revive the country’s economy.