Zimbabweans have been urged to join the wagon of development by voting Zanu PF which has already started delivering on its election promises in Chipinge even before the national polls.

Vice President Retired General Constantino Chiwenga was recently in Chipinge where he promised the electorate in Chibuwe that the Zanu PF government will complete Tanganda-Checheche road and avail computers for local schools.   

Just a few hours before elections are held, these promises have been fulfilled.

Addressing party supporters during the handover of 40 computers to Rimbi High and Chibuwe Primary Schools at Rimbi, Senator Monica Mutsvangwa said the party should be lauded for delivering on its promises.

“The train of development is moving and it is time for people in Musikavanhu constituency to vote Zanu PF under President Mnangagwa that has started to fulfill its election promises. What was promised when Vice President Chiwenga came here is now coming to pass with schools being given computers while roads are being surfaced, starting with Tanganda-Checheche road,” said Senator Mutsvangwa.

Musikavanhu aspiring legislator Retired Colonel Dr Joshua Murire said the electorate should vote Zanu PF to continue with its developmental programmes.

“It is now time for the constituency whose development was retarded by voting opposition legislators in the past to vote Zanu PF for accelerated development,” he said.

It was an electric atmosphere in Musikavanhu as farmer and musician Martin Munodawafa performed at a rally singing what he called a prophetic song on the victory of Zanu PF in Monday’s harmonised elections.