Arcadia community hails ZANU-PF

By Bernard Mutambudzi

The mixed race communities in Breaside, Arcadia, Cranborne and St Martin’s in Harare have hailed the Zanu PF’s nondiscriminatory policies.

 The coloured community praised Zanu PF during a meeting in Arcadia which was graced by Acting Vice President, Constatino Chiwenga and the aspiring candidate Misheck Mangwende.

Addressing hundreds of party supporters at Arcardia hall, Acting Vice President Chiwenga assured the community that the party would make sure all their needs are addressed.

“Vote for Zanu PF councilor, National House of Assembly member and the President so that that there is smooth flow of party programs,” said the Acting President

He assured residents that car sales which had mushroomed in every open space was going to be a thing of the past as the space would now serve its purpose of recreational facilities and intended use by the planning authorities.

“I know you have six primary schools which are feeding into two secondary schools. This has led to the proliferation of unregistered private schools,’ said the Acting President.

In that vein, VP Chiwenga said, the Government was committed to building more secondary schools to complement the existing two.

He said the Zanu PF led Government when given fresh mandate on 30 July, would avail projects, construct enough clinics in St Martin’s and Braeside.

Vice President Chiwenga said Zanu PF was a tried-and-tested party and that should be demonstrated through winning the coming elections.

Mr Peter Rosy who resides in Breaside said, “I am grateful that Acting President Chiwenga has spared a day, leaving a busy schedule to be with us.”

The Zanu PF aspiring candidate for Harare Central, Misheck Mangwende embarked on fish farming at Nettleton Primary which have so far realized a profit of over $40 000 so far.

“It is high time that we reassert our dominance as Arcadia Community that we love Zanu PF,” said Mangwende.

He said Zanu PF could not continue to lose parliamentary seats to the corrupt MDC-T, a party that was characterized by poor service delivery.

He said the community had rich political history that had produced such cadres as Senator Kantibai Patel, Senator Guy Georgias, Joseph Culverwell, Peter Thonycroft among others.