ZANU PF national spokesperson Christopher Mutsvangwa has said the ruling party would sh0ck Nelson Chamisa’s Coalition Citizens for Change (CCC) in urban centres.
For the past 20 years, people in urban centres have been voting for the opposition party.
Mutsvangwa said the investment drive which has been spearheaded by Mnangagwa and Zanu PF tactics would deliver some of the seats to the ruling party.
“The 2023 election will deliver a knockout to the opposition because Zanu PF has been stronger since Operation Restore Legacy (the period when former leader, the late Robert Mugabe was ousted from power). We are more than prepared to campaign for our President, Mnangagwa who has been working tirelessly to improve the lives of Zimbabweans,” he said.
“Since coming into power, President Mnangagwa has overseen a lot of development in infrastructure, investments and other areas. The 2023 election is a foregone conclusion, we are going to win.
“The rural population has supported us since the time of the liberation struggle. However, we have also put measures in place to grab some of the seats in urban areas.”