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Zanu PF Launches 2018 Election Manifesto

ZANU PF Friday launched its 2018 Election Campagn Manifesto under the theme “Unite, Fight Corruption, Develop, Re-Engage, Create Jobs”.

Most of the party members who turned up were donning the “ED scarf” depicting the national flag. The scarf has been made famous by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

According to Zanu PF documents, Mnangagwa’s election message is premised on: “Visionary, Inspired, Transparent, Accountable, Principled and Servant Leadership.

Among those who attended the event at the Harare International Conference were Politburo and Central Committee members, Zanu PF MPs, Cabinet ministers, delegates from the country’s ten provinces as well as foreign diplomats based in Harare.

Bishop Mutendi said the Zanu PF manifesto should be a product of the people for it to be acceptable adding that the launch should be totally different from what has gone before.

ZANU PF Friday launched its 2018 Election Campaign Manifesto under the theme “Unite, Fight Corruption, Develop, Re-Engage, Create Jobs”.

Most of the party members who turned up were donning the “ED scarf” depicting the national flag. The scarf has been made famous by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

According to Zanu PF documents, Mnangagwa’s election message is premised on: “Visionary, Inspired, Transparent, Accountable, Principled and Servant Leadership.

Among those who attended the event at the Harare International Conference were Politburo and Central Committee members, Zanu PF MPs, Cabinet ministers, delegates from the country’s ten provinces as well as foreign diplomats based in Harare.

Bishop Mutendi said the Zanu PF manifesto should be a product of the people for it to be acceptable adding that the launch should be totally different from what has gone before.

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