Some of the Zanu PF losing candidates in the just ended primary elections say they will work with the winners in an effort to foster unity.
After losing his grip on Mutare West constituency, Cde Christopher Mushohwe was in Sakubva lending a hand to Mutare Central Zanu PF candidate, Dr Nancy Saungweme.
Cde Mushohwe’s main message at Chisamba Grounds was for supporters to rally behind the revolutionary party.
“The President, Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa has shown that the development of Zimbabwe is at the core of what he has planned for Zimbabwe. He is the man who can take the country forward in terms of development,” he said.
Dr Saungweme said Zanu PF is geared to guaranteeing that Zimbabwe is developed through working on people-centered projects so that their livelihoods could be enhanced.
“Zanu PF since independence has constantly been looking for ways to ensure that Zimbabweans are taken care of from availing education to the land distribution programme. Empowering the ordinary Zimbabwean has been at the core of all these efforts,” Dr Saungweme said.
EDHasMyVote was the buzzword among the Zanu PF supporters who said President Mnangagwa’s work ethic and the party’s manifesto warrant their vote.
“ED has my vote because he has been working hard to better our lives as Zimbabweans,” said one supporter.
“For all my life, Ihave been supporting the revolutionary party and will do so in the upcoming elections,” said another.
“The President has a great vision for Zimbabwe which we as supporters must buy into. That is the major reason I will vote for ED,” another supporter said.
Despite numerous challenges facing Mutare Central Constituency such as refuse collection, poor state of roads, water and sanitation, among others, Dr Saungweme has pledged tackle them head on if elected into office.