VIDEO: Zanu-PF Completes Primary Elections, Rugeje Speaks On Way Forward

In an interview, Zanu-PF National Elections Commission (NEC) chairperson Retired Lieutenant-General Engelbert Rugeje said the party’s primary elections ended officially on 6 PM yesterday.

Rugeje said those who have grievances should raise issues with the Provincial Elections Commissioner and they will be addressed. He added that vetting of results will be held at headquarters before they announce the names of successful candidates to the public. Said Rugeje:

The exercise we extended officially ends today (yesterday) at 6pm. Most provinces are through with voting. Of course, there are some few areas which might have issues, but it cannot be an endless process. We will first receive the results and make a review looking at those with appeals. We will consider all appeals. We are winding up business today (yesterday) and there has been remarkable progress in all the provinces. Of course, we have challenges in some areas where ballot papers were not delivered on time and some are saying their names were not on the ballot papers as candidates, while some were saying their names were not appearing on the cell registers. We have put in place corrective measures to deal with those anomalies. After finishing all the processes, I will invite the media to announce the names of successful candidates officially. I can’t give you a date, but that will eventually happen, but first there are some stages we have to go through.

Watch the video of Rugeje below courtesy of Anesu Masamvu:

 

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One Comment on “VIDEO: Zanu-PF Completes Primary Elections, Rugeje Speaks On Way Forward

  1. Chaos chaos chaos welcome to Zimbabwe
    Run by a foreign national for his own gain for 37 years
    Now run by the Military with another foreign national as supposed head of state and an ex military foreign national as deputy
    Oh Zimbabwe Britain certainly did a work on you
    But answer this who has paid for this?
    Not Britain!
    Not Mugabe!
    Not Mnangagwa!
    Not Chiwenga!
    But YOU the people
    Who can change this?
    Only YOU the people

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