The Zanu PF’s Centre Zimbabwe Africa branch has been given the green light to vote during the primary elections slated for this Sunday.
The green light for the branch to participate in the primary elections was made during the visit by President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the party leadership at the church gathering.
The church gathering attracted congregants from all over Zimbabwe and neighbouring countries.
Zanu PF National Political Commissar Retired Lieutenant General Engelbert Rugeje said the branch will participate in the primary elections contrary to earlier allegations that had suggested the branch had been denied to vote.
Responsible authorities at the church applauded the gesture by Zanu PF leadership and pledged their allegiance to the revolutionary party.
The President later donated rice, maize, cooking oil and soap while legislators in Mashonaland Central Province donated cattle to be slaughtered for church members.
Government also pledged to allocate a farm for the church as well as tractors.