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Masvingo Mobilises 50 000 Supporters For Mnangagwa Rally

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Zanu-PF Masvingo provincial chairperson Ezra Chadzamira said they have mobilised 50 000 supporters for President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s rally at Mucheke Stadium on Friday.

Chadzamira said Mnangagwa will also tour Mashava Mine and Cold Storage Company before holding a rally at Mucheke Stadium. Said Chadzamira:

We have mobilised more than 50 000 supporters for President Mnangagwa’s visit on Friday. We expect Masvingo to roar on Friday as we welcome our icon. We have everything in place and cannot wait for this important day. He will tour Mashava Mine and Cold Storage Company before a rally at Mucheke where a full house is expected.

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Ezra Chadzamira is a member of the Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front (ZANU PF) and the provincial chairman for Masvingo Province Read More About Ezra Chadzamira

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Masvingo is one of Zimbabwe's smaller cities which is located on south eastern part of Zimbabwe. It is the capital of the Masvingo Province. The city is known mostly for it's proximity to the Great Zimbabwe Ruins, an ancient city located about 28 kilometers away.... Read More About Masvingo

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2 Comments

  1. Tommy Dee says:

    Why do parties mobilse or force march people to rallies. Let people make their own decision to either attend or not to attend. This sounds more like a communist idiology and Zimbabwe is no one. Let people make their own decision. Lets not have guided democracy.

  2. Farai Johnson Nhire. says:

    Mobilise is just another way of saying invite. You mobilse people by informing them about an imminent event which they would not be aware of and they come wilingly after being mobilised. Mdc recently mobilised its suporter to march in town for electoral reforms. If Mdc had failed to mobilse, no body would have come to march.

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