MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai should not waste time approaching the courts seeking to overturn the verdict of Zimbabweans expressed in the July 31 harmonised elections because the courts are there to protect the people, Zanu-PF secretary for administration Cde Didymus Mutasa has said.
Addressing thousands of party supporters during the Manicaland provincial victory celebrations in Headlands at the weekend, Cde Mutasa said Zanu-PF was ready to implement developmental programmes which would benefit all Zimbabweans.
“Even if they seek court arbitration, nothing will stand against the majority’s wishes if the people have already spoken,” he said.
“Zimbabweans need to move on and Zanu-PF, as the winning party, wants to start implementing what it promised to the millions who voted for it into power.”
Cde Mutasa applauded Zimbabweans, particularly those in Manicaland, for adding 16 more National Assembly seats to the six which Zanu-PF garnered in the province garnered in 2008.
He urged party supporters in Manicaland to remain united and focus on national development.
“By voting overwhelmingly for Zanu-PF, Zimbabweans have managed to shame their detractors who always had a disposition of Zimbabweans at loggerheads.
“The results of a unified Zanu-PF are there for all to see. We urge party members in Manicaland to remain united so that we totally liberate Manicaland from MDC-T.”
Speaking at the same occasion, acting provincial chairman Ambassador John Mvundura said Manicaland had finally vindicated itself after previously contributing to the creation of the inclusive Government by voting for MDC-T.
Ambassador Mvundura said the province recorded the highest number of people who voted for the revolutionary party.
The celebrations coincided with Cde Mutasa’s 78th birthday celebrations. Senior Zanu-PF officials, including Politburo members and newly-elected parliamentarians, were among the dignitaries who attended the event.
More provinces have organised victory celebrations.
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