President ED Mnangagwa takes charge as Zanu PF machine swings into action ahead of 2023 elections


President Mnangagwa is scheduled to officially open an induction workshop today for Zanu PF’s 210 aspiring parliamentary candidates in Gweru. The workshop aims to prepare the candidates for the harmonized elections slated for August.

Top party officials and aspiring parliamentarians, including women’s quota candidates, will attend the five-day event. President Mnangagwa will open the workshop at the Zanu PF Conference Center along the Gweru-Mvuma Highway.

National political commissar Mike Bimha says the event preparations are complete. The workshop will outline the roadmap to elections and induct new aspiring MPs to familiarize them with expectations.

Midlands Minister Larry Mavima, as the host province representative, says they are ready to host the important event to guide the party’s election campaign. Most hotels in Gweru are fully booked to accommodate delegates.

Delegates from Matabeleland expressed enthusiasm for the meeting, calling it part of the party’s mobilization strategy. Minister Judith Ncube hopes the workshop will help devise a tactical plan for the campaign.

She praised the youthful energy and ideas of new candidates, saying they represent the future of the country and need to rally behind what the ruling party has achieved. Minister Richard Moyo said the workshop will provide a basic campaign framework for the elections.

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