MDC-T president and MDC Alliance presidential candidate Adv. Nelson Chamisa this weekend heads for rural Manicaland as part of his thrust to prioritize rural areas in this year’s election campaign.

Tomorrow, the people’s president will address and interact with the people at Kondo business centre in deep rural Chipinge West in Manicaland province. On Sunday, he is off to Ruwangwe business centre in Nyanga North in the same province.

 The people’s leader has said his campaign is going rural to enable him to interact with the majority of Zimbabweans who reside in the rural areas.
 President Chamisa has addressed well-attended rallies throughout the country, the last ones having been held in Zaka and Bikita in rural Masvingo last week.

Zimbnabweans have largely warmed up to President Chamisa’s promise to bring positive change in the lives of the people. The MDC-T’s policy programme that his government will implement upon winning the next election is anchored on the tripod stands of Transformation, Opportunity and Prosperity.

Various MDC-T leaders and MDC Alliance principals will this weekend be addressing rallies in various rural areas throughout the country to sensitize the country of the imminent positive change that will engulf the country when president Chamisa wins the next election.

Behold the new.

Luke Tamborinyoka
Presidential Spokesperson and Director of Communications