Tsvangirai heads for Mashonaland East province

President Morgan Tsvangirai heads for Mashonaland East province for the next three days where he will meet with party structures and ordinary Zimbabweans to assess the national situation and to engage the people in preparation of the watershed election in 2008.

President Tsvangirai

President Tsvangirai

The MDC leader kicks off his visit tomorrow at Kotwa growth point at 1200 hours and then holds his second meeting of the day at Mutoko growth point at 1400hrs.

Saturday will see President Tsvangirai engage ordinary Zimbabweans in the morning at the open space near Rudhaka stadium in Marondera after which he will proceed to Zaire business centre in Hwedza for his afternoon engagement.

He rounds off his Mash East tour on Sunday with meetings at Sadza business centre in Chikomba at 12pm and then proceed to have an afternoon engagement at Garwe stadium in Chivhu town.

President Tsvangirai has visited several provinces in the country in the past few weeks, where he has witnessed for himself  the solid and unshaken spirit of ordinary Zimbabweans who vowed to vote for the MDC in 2018.

The people he is meeting across the provinces have openly told him that despite the violence, the rigging, the brutality and the starvation gripping the country, they still retain their unstinting commitment to vote for real change in the next election. They have said they cannot wait to see the back of a clueless government that has dismally failed to steer the country to growth and prosperity, let alone deliver on the promises they made to the people ahead of the great fraud of July 2013.

Zimbabweans across the country say they miss the former Prime Minister’s competent hand in government and they will certainly bring him back in 2018 to complete his national recovery mission that he began in 2009.

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