Tsvangirai hits campaign trail

HARARE - Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has hit the campaign trail in preparation for the highly-anticipated 2018 general elections.

His spokesperson, Luke Tamborinyoka, yesterday said “Tsvangirai this week kicks off a national programme where he will go out to all the country’s provinces to interact as well as hear from the people themselves their views on a range of issues, among them the key issue of alliance building ahead of the next election.”

He said the tour will start “in Matabeleland South this Friday before proceeding to Matabeleland North, Bulawayo, Midlands, Masvingo and the rest of the provinces”.

“ . . . he shall be meeting ordinary people, party structures as well as opinion leaders in the country’s provinces  to hear them out on the crisis facing the country as well as other national issues, alliance building being key among them”.

MDC spokesperson Obert Gutu said the party is targeting to penetrate Zanu PF’s strongholds in 2018.

“The MDC has developed a very smart and sophisticated strategy to penetrate rural areas and secure the rural vote for the 2018 elections. We have adopted the very popular and effective ward-based campaign strategy where the party is being controlled and directed by the people at grassroots level.

Comments (4)

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Aladdin - 19 January 2017

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Sinyo - 19 January 2017

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Sinyo - 19 January 2017

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