ZANU-PF Member of Parliament for Gokwe Kana constituency Owen Mudha Ncube on Tuesday 27 June, advised the people of Gokwe to desist from violence during the elections or face the wrath of law.
He was speaking during the commissioning of Musala irrigation scheme while assessing the progress of two classroom blocks which are now 95% Complete.
Addressing throngs of ZANU-PF supporters who attended the ceremony at Musala, Ncube encouraged people to fight for their freedom, peace, and unity.
“I urge all people of this community to protect their freedom, peace, and unity within this community since your hope, and wealth hold in agriculture and are in the hands of the government. Don’t be fooled by anyone to brainwash the history of your forefathers.
“I assure you all that the ZANU-PF party is there to develop all ravaged lands in Zimbabwe with the vision 2030. We must make sure that Gokwe Kana constituency must produce 30000 votes for President Emerson Mnangagwa, and the party,” he said.
Mudha advised ZANU-PF Councillors from different wards under his constituency to continue with the door-to-door campaigns in order to rip the highest number of votes during the harmonized elections on 23 August 2023. He also advised party members not to engage in violent activities.
“All aspiring candidates should continue with door-to-door campaigns so that we excel during on 2023 harmonised election. On another note, I am here to assure you that anyone who is found in any violent participation will face the consequences, be it gender-based violence, public violence, or political violence, let us all stay in peace and unity”, said Ncube.
Meanwhile, Ncube assisted Mushavhi School with building materials for the project at the Western Boundary border between Midlands and Matebeleland North. During a speech by Councilor Sipilanzima Tshuma at Mushavhi primary school, he thanked Ncube for assisting with building materials since 2012 when Mushavhi started the project.
“MP Owen Mudha helped us to build Mushavhi primary school from scratch starting from blocks 1, 2, and 3 up until now, it has grade five. He also contributed to the building of the toilets at Mushavhi Primary School. We also started Mbungu C dip tank with Mbudhlo from scratch, and now people are using the dip tank,” said Tshuma.
Ncube donated 20 bags of cement to help in completing Mushavhi Primary School. He also vowed to assist the school until it is complete.
“Hopefully I will continue supporting with building martial up until this school is complete,” said Ncube.
Ncube also donated Jojo tanks for irrigation scheme programs at Musala that will assist farmers during the winter season. According to him, Musala must stay evergreen, and people must invest, and gravitate their wealth through agricultural programs.