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Zanu PF gets down to business

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Zanu PF gets down to business


ZANU PF has said it is now getting down to business to ensure it secures the majority vote in the forthcoming harmonised elections following the conclusion of its primary elections.
In an interview with The Herald yesterday, party spokesperson Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa said it was all systems go for the ruling party.
“The recent Politburo Extraordinary Session officially ended the season of intra-party political jousting to be a candidate in the upcoming 2023 national harmonised elections,” he said.
“The new focus is preparing candidates for the duel with the CCC and its cohort of the rump of the fissureprone MDC.”
Cde Mutsvangwa urged the losing candidates in the internal polls to join forces with the winners as the party marches towards the polls.
The ruling party recently held its primary elections with a few reruns having been concluded a fortnight ago.
“The winners are being given structures to be magnanimous and courteous to losing cadres,” said Cde Mutsvangwa.
“The losers are being encouraged to defer as the party democratic cycle will accord them another opportunity.
“The sure guarantee for another bite at the election cherry is ensured by President Mnangagwa and his Zanu PF party of the permanent Zimbabwe Revolution remains at the helm of power.
“It is in this light that the Politburo is spearheading the coalescence of party membership around the democratically elected candidates.”
President Mnangagwa, said Cde Mutsvangwa, had seen to it that democracy prevailed at the highest level in the ruling party.
“The virtuous endeavour is made that much easier because President Mnangagwa superintended voting
that was participatory, open and transparent,” he said.
“This overriding ambition to maintain a democratic grip on power is the feedstock of rank and file Zanu PF party membership.”
Cde Mutsvangwa said the ruling party was confident that Vision 2030 of an Upper Middle Income Economy would come to fruition.
“They work on the premise they have a compact with the martyrs of the national liberation struggle to realise and deliver hope and prosperity all in line with Vision 2030 and the quest of middle income nation status,” he said. Herald.

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