didymus mutasa 20-02-2011.jpgThe Zanu PF Manicaland provincial leadership has been called upon to shun factionalism and unite in reclaiming lost seats during the 2008 Parliamentary elections.

The sentiments, which were made by Zanu PF National Secretary for Administration, Cde Didymus Mutasa during the provincial tour of district coordinating committees (DCCs), come at a time the party is in the process of rejuvenating and strengthening its structures in the province ahead of the impending elections.

Speaking soon after emerging from a meeting with Zanu PF Provincial leadership, Chipinge district coordinating committee, politburo members, war veterans and other party members, Cde Mutasa stressed the need for unity of purpose among the party’s leadership in the province.

Cde Mutasa bemoaned complacence on the part of the provincial leadership for the loss of seats to opposition parties during the previous parliamentary elections which ultimately led to the current Global Political Agreement – a set up which he said could have been avoided had the provincial leadership worked closely in strengthening the party structures.

Meanwhile, Cde Mutasa is scheduled to hold similar meetings with the party’s leadership in Mutasa, Chimanimani and Nyanga among other districts as part of the provincial tour aimed at strengthening structures in Manicaland Province.