First Lady’s rural home leads 2023 ZANU PF vote mobilization

By Tatenda Mujeyi
HARARE – The first lady Auxillia Mnangagwa’s rural home Mazowe district is leading ZANU PF’s vote mobilization in Mashonaland Central province in the on-going party restricting exercise under the District Coordinating Committee (DCC) Chaired by Tafadzwa Musarara.
The District has planned doubling it’s voter’s ahead of the election as top priority.
“We have doubled our votes in 2018 we had 95000 votes and 2023 we are targeting 180000,” Mazowe
District Coordinating Committee Spokesperson Kushinga said.
The success was ascribed to the leadership of Mazowe West DCC chair’s commitment.
“This great achievement is due to good leadership from our chairman (Tafadzwa Musarara) and as DCC we are always ready to help regardless of political affiliation, our strength mainly is in funerals we assist everyone without hesitation.” Kushinga also said.
Meanwhile, Mnangagwa received a lot of support when she officially opened a clinic in Mazowe west recently there by helping people in the district to get easy medical assistance.

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