ZANU PF Mt Darwin East constituency candidate in the forthcoming elections, Cde Dzidzai Butau has vowed to positively transform that area and has lined up a number of development activities to be implemented soon after his anticipated victory.
In an interview with this publication, Cde Butau said that he had a passion for development and his desire was to see the lives of Mt Darwin East residents changing for the better.
“I have a passion for development and my desire is to take part in initiating development at whatever capacity which is possible. Roads and other infrastructure in Mt Darwin East constituency need to be upgraded. I am ready to assist the people of Mt Darwin East by ensuring that positive development comes to their doorsteps,” said Cde Butau.
Cde Butau added that there were a lot of investment opportunities in Mt Darwin East constituency which could boost industrial activity. He added that there was need to expand Dotito, Bveke and Karanda growth points so that more residential stands are availed to the people.
Cde Butau paid tribute to the outgoing legislator, Cde Norman Marikisi and said that he would finish projects initiated by his predecessor.
“Cde Marikisi has paved the way for me as he had initiated a number of development activities that I am ready to complete. I’m willing to continue consulting him and other community elders so that we develop our constituency together. If we can all pull in one direction, then Mt Darwin East would be the envy of many people,” added Cde Butau.
Butau further boldly claimed that ZANU PF would emerge victorious in Mt Darwin East as it was the only Party that had the wishes of people at heart.
“People always want a political party which is people-oriented and it is only our party, ZANU PF which has those qualities. Mt Darwin East has always been our stronghold and that will not change. I am very optimistic that I am going to be the next MP for this constituency and I promise members that I will not fail them in doing my duties,” said Cde Butau.
Meanwhile, Cde Butau has urged people who were yet to register to vote to do so now and eventually vote for the ruling Party in this year’s plebiscite.