Vice President Kembo Mohadi has described the new dispensation as the solution to the problems the country has faced in the last 38 years.

Speaking during a rally at St Pauls of Lupane East constituency, Cde Mohadi, who was represented by Zanu PF Central Committee member and Minister of State for Bulawayo Metropolitan Province, Senator Angeline Masuku, dispelled the notion that the country was under military rule following operation restore legacy as ordinary Zimbabweans were the ones that flooded the streets to bring about the current administration.

While acknowledging that a lot had not gone right in the past 38 years, Vice President Mohadi indicated that the new dispensation was the solution to the challenges besetting the country.

He further stated that such challenges had to be directed to the man who was in charge of the country as subordinates only took orders.

While calling upon the residents to vote resoundingly for the ruling party to safeguard development in the area, Cde Mohadi described the Zanu PF presidential candidate, Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa, as a man on a mission as evidenced by his proactive approach to projects that have been dormant for a very long time.

These projects include the Gwayi Shangani dam project, Bulawayo-Nkayi road and the Dr Joshua Nkomo inspired Ekusileni Medical Centre, which should be functional by the end of the month.

The rally also saw the party’s representative to the National Assembly, Cde Sithembile Gumbo and councillors being introduced to the electorate.