ZANU PF confident of landslide victory in 2023

by | Oct 31, 2021 | Local News, Politics | 0 comments


Hosia Mviringi

ZANU PF First Secretary President Emmerson Mnangagwa has declared the 2023 election a done deal, as the party intensifies it restructuring and mobilisation activities countrywide.

Speaking during the just ended National People’s Conference in Bindura yesterday, President Mnangagwa said there is a need for all members to become ambassadors of the party.

“The mantra ‘musangano kumaCell’ (take the party to the grassroots) will help realise our victory in the 2023 elections.
The organisational reach of the party must continue to widen. We are indeed winning our election before the election date,” said President Mnangagwa.

The bold declaration by the President is buoyed by a highly successful restructuring and mobilisation strategy which has seen the Party registering 4 million supporters.
The Party has ensured that all the 4 million supporters on its database are all registered voters.

The President’s declaration is informed by the fact that this number is almost double those eligible voters who voted for the President and ZANU PF in 2018.
ZANU PF is famed for recruiting some of the most loyal and resilient support base whose loyalty is anchored on solid ideological footing.

The President’s unifying spirit was evident as he rallied the party to shun factionalism and divisive tendencies as these are notorious for frustrating both current and prospective party supporters as the party heads for a crucial plebcite.

“The conference commits all members of the Party to work with unity of purpose to increase membership. Divisions have no place in the Party”.
” The spirit of unity, peace and development should bind us to improve the quality of life for the people. Our view points may vary but we remain united. ZANU PF is a party of just and fair opportunities for its members,” said the President.

ZANU PF remains the most active political party in Zimbabwe with its continuous recruitment and grassroots development programmes.
Ongoing rebranding exercise has seen the party rekindling its lustre becoming the darling of the youthful first time voters.

Some of its enduring grassroots programmes include the Presidential Inputs and Pfumvudza/Intwasa Agricultural support schemes which have over the years ensured household food security among the vulnerable families.