ZANU PF busy preparing for national people’s conference in Gweru
ZANU PF, the ruling party in Zimbabwe, is currently in the process of accrediting delegates for its upcoming national people’s conference. The conference is scheduled to take place this Friday and Saturday at the Gweru Convention Centre. Party officials, including ZANU PF national chairperson Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri and political commissar Mike Bimha, recently visited the conference venue to assess the preparations.
Expressing her satisfaction, Muchinguri-Kashiri stated that they are pleased with the progress made at the conference venue. She emphasized that they are fully prepared for the meeting and are looking forward to welcoming delegates from across the country to the Midlands capital.
According to ZANU PF Midlands provincial chairperson Larry Mavima, renovations at the conference venue are nearing completion. He mentioned that they are close to reaching 100% completion and assured that everything will be in place by Friday. Mavima acknowledged the hard work of the team involved, who are working tirelessly day and night to ensure a successful conference.
During the conference, discussions will focus on the party’s achievements since the beginning of the second republic, which commenced when President Emmerson Mnangagwa assumed power in 2017. It is expected that party members will reflect on the progress made and outline future plans and strategies.
The national people’s conference serves as a platform for the people’s party, ZANU PF, to come together, review their performance, and chart the way forward. It is an important event on their calendar, and the party is dedicated to ensuring its smooth execution.