Zanu PF says it wants to create a legacy for the country’s future generations based on value addition of the resources the country is endowed with.

Vice President Retired General Dr Constantino Chiwenga who was addressing party supporters at Mt Carmel High School in Headlands said Zanu PF wants to guarantee that the future generations have a legacy.

Retired General Chiwenga said the ruling party has a number of developmental projects earmarked for Manicaland Province to improve the people’s livelihoods.

“As Zanu PF we have lined up a number of developmental programmes for the province. Value addition of minerals, road rehabilitation, construction of schools as well as health facilities are at the top of our radar. These are meant to guarantee that future generations will look to us and applaud us for our vision,” he said.

The rally also meant to drum up support for the party’s candidates in the July 30 polls also highlighted the commitment of Zanu PF to free and credible polls.

Manicaland Province has remained a Zanu PF stronghold with 23 of the 26 National Assembly members being drawn from the party.

The Zanu PF presidential candidate, Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa is expected to be in Manicaland this Friday (tomorrow) as part of efforts to sell his candidature as Zimbabwe heads for the landmark polls in less than two weeks time.