Zanu PF National Political Commissar, Cde Saviour Kasukuwere says war veterans and Zanu PF party are inseparable, and has called for the spirit of unity, which dates back to the time of the liberation struggle, to be further cemented.
Cde Kasukuwere said this during the commissioning the Marange-Zimunya district party and war veterans offices in Manicaland Province.
"Zanu PF and war veterans are inseparable and the harmonious working relationship was clearly exhibited at Bezel Bridge in Mutare West Constituency where we commissioned the party's district offices, which will house war veterans, war collaborators and ex-detainees and restrictees."
"We are today witnessing yet another sound relationship, harmonious working relationship and integration which has been the pillar of the revolutionary party since the struggle for independence," said Cde Kasukuwere.
Speaker after speaker, who included the Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, Dr Chris Mushohwe and the Minister of Welfare Services for War Veterans, War Collaborators, Ex-Political Detainees and Restrictees, Cde Tshinga Dube concurred that the revolutionary party and war veterans are intertwined and are a family unity.
Zanu PF Manicaland Provincial Chairman, Dr Samuel Undenge commended the Zanu PF Manicaland family in Zimunya-Marange district for establishing party offices, saying the same thrust should be replicated in all the districts.