Zanu-PF is confident of a resounding victory in 2023 elections
Vice President and second secretary of Zanu-PF Cde Kembo Mohadi visited the party in Mashonaland Central and said he is satisfied with the performance of the Zanu-PF led Government since the birth of the second republic.
Speaking during a familiarisation tour in Bindura today Cde Mohadi said the party demonstrated that it is deserving of the people’s votes once again in 2023.
He said his provincial meetings come midway towards the next election and calls for self-introspection and reflection of party performance, the accomplishment of goals towards improving livelihoods of the general masses.
“It is the story of the stabilisation of our currency and ultimately the economy. The dams that are being constructed, the roads that are being constructed and many other things that we are doing,” said VP Mohadi.
“This is what will make us march with confidence as the Zanu-PF Government and our leaders towards a resounding victory. With what we have achieved and what we are doing as Zanu-PF it should be easy for us to canvas for people’s support.
“As a party, we are happy that even the most ardent of skeptics and critics of Zanu-PF now acknowledge the milestones we have achieved as a second republic under the leadership of President Mnangangwa.”
Mohadi who resigned from the presidium following local media reports that he had engaged in improper conduct is now based at the Shake Shake building. Zanu PF headquarters was nicknamed the Shake Shake building, because of its resemblance to Chibuku Shake Shake, a type of sorghum beer sold in cartons. Constructed during the post-independence building boom, the Zanu–PF Building, unlike many others at the time, was designed by Zimbabwean architects, Peter Martin and Tony Wales-Smith. At the time of its completion, it was the tallest building in Harare.