Zanu PF abandons election manifesto launch


… cites Second Republics achievements as proof of success
AS the election campaign intensifies, the ruling Zanu PF party, has said it will not be launching an
election manifesto ahead of the upcoming August 23 harmonised elections.
The decision was revealed by the partys national Political Commissar, Mike Bimha, in a recent
Bimha stated that Zanu PF had decided against releasing a manifesto, citing the numerous massive
projects undertaken by the Second Republic as evidence of its success.
The party aims to secure a reviewed target of six million votes, following the Zimbabwe Electoral
Commissions announcement that the number of registered voters had increased to 6.6 million,
surpassing their initial goal of five million votes for President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
We don’t think we will launch our election manifesto because our achievements are there for all to
see, Bimha confidently stated.
He emphasised that the Second Republic had accomplished substantial milestones in recent years,
which the party intends to leverage as they seek another five-year mandate to govern and achieve
its Vision 2030 objectives.
Zanu PF remains confident in its approach, relying on the tangible achievements of the Second
Republic to sway voters. The party points to significant infrastructure development, economic
reforms, and social initiatives implemented during President Mnangagwas tenure as evidence of its
commitment to progress and transformation.
Manifestos traditionally serve as a roadmap for political parties, outlining their vision, policies, and
plans if elected into power.
Supporters are confident of the ruling party's ability to deliver on its promises.
“We have seen a lot of infrastructural development from around the country, even as far as Binga,
thus leaving no place and no one behind. The Second Republic has managed to fulfil most of its
promises through the Devolution Agenda.
“If given another five-year mandate to govern, the country will definitely achieve its vision of being a
middle income economy by 2030,” said Patrick Zhou of Gweru.

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