Tafadzwa Ndlovu Herald Reporter
Zanu-PF National Political Commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere, has urged party supporters to vote for the revolutionary party candidate in Kambuzuma constituency, Cde Tinashe Maduza, to ensure a resounding victory.
All seats that are being contested in Harare were under the opposition MDC-T legislators before they were recalled for joining former secretary general, Mr Tendai Biti’s MDC Renewal project.
Addressing party supporters at a rally to drum up support for Cde Maduza in Kambuzuma, Cde Kasukuwere said: “It is time we return Harare to Zanu-PF and uplift the lives of our people because they are now with us all the way. The whole country is behind Zanu-PF and if you remain behind still thinking about Willias Madzimure (former MP), he has expired together with his party,” he said.
“Just like (Mr Morgan) Tsvangirai, we gave him our daughter that he is still staying with and we gave him a house that he is renting because he has nothing to offer, so clearly the MDC party is dead and gone.”
Cde Kasukuwere said the independent candidates were members of Gamatox, the Mujuru cabal, that was plotting to topple President Mugabe.
Cde Kasukuwere said he was confident that Zanu-PF was going to win the June 10 by-elections and urged the youths to participate in the voting process.
“If Tinashe (Maduza) wins, it means the youths now have a voice in Parliament so make sure you vote in your thousands. Zanu-PF came a long away and it’s the only party that has the interests of people rather than the MDC, which means Movement for Disastrous Children,” he said.
He urged party officials to desist from corrupt activities and ordered them to stop abusing Zanu-PF.
“The game is on and we are tired of leaders who do not want to work for the people. Do not steal from the people when you have been given the mandate to lead them. In housing cooperatives there should be transparency and the money that is taken from members of the communities should be put to good use,” said Cde Kasukuwere.
The rally was attended by other party officials including Buhera South Constituency legislator Cde Joseph Chinotimba, Gutu North legislator Cde Ticharwa Madondo, Mt Pleasant MP Jason Passade and Harare acting provincial chairperson Godwills Masimirembwa.