Saturday, 30 September 2017


ZANU-PF Youth League secretary Cde Kudzanai Chipanga has urged members in Bulawayo to put aside their differences as the party prepares  for the Presidential Youth Interface to be held in the city.

Cde Chipanga said even though there had been speculation in the media that the rally would be held this month end, a date is yet to be announced for the rally that will be held at White City Stadium.

Addressing members at the party’s Provincial offices at Davies Hall in Bulawayo where the Youth League national executive met to assess the progress made by the province ahead of the interface, Cde Chipanga said the province should not use the Presidential Interface to settle personal scores.

“The Presidential interface is for the President to interact with the youths and it is an initiative of the Youth League’s national executive. We know that there are some people who want to use that opportunity (President’s visit) to settle personal scores. That is not the time. 

It’s time to come and listen. It’s not time for showcasing your indiscipline skills. We don’t expect people to come and misbehave. No,” said Cde Chipanga.

He said party members can differ in opinion but that is not an excuse for them to be indisciplined.

“You might differ in terms of opinion and that is expected in a big organisation like Zanu-PF. You must differ but at the end of the day you must agree. That is democracy,” he said.
Divisions have in the past rocked Bulawayo province and at one time youths fought during a meeting at Davies Hall.

Cde Chipanga urged party members to come in their numbers to the rally. If you are a Zanu-PF member you don’t have a choice when it comes to the visit by the President. All of us must join hands,” he said.

Cde Chipanga said the party will assist Bulawayo with 10 000 litres of fuel and 10 000 T-shirts. The Youth League national executive also visited White City Stadium. Chronicle 


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