Politburo members deployed to verify Zanu PF cells

By Online Reporter |  7 months ago | local

The ruling Zanu PF party has deployed Politburo members across the country to supervise the verification exercise of cell building structures in line with the party’s constitution, ahead of its primary and  harmonised elections.

The cell authentication programme will start today and tomorrow Central Committee members will have briefing meetings at their deployed constituencies, which will also be attended by the National Consultative members, Provincial Executive Committee, District Coordinating Committees, party districts and branch chairpersons.

In an interview, Zanu PF national Political Commissar Mike Bimha said Politburo members have been deployed as team leaders to supervise the cell verification programme.

“The Commissariat Department wishes to inform provinces that cell and village building and verification will be conducted between the 18th – 25th of February.

“The provincial chairman should ensure that all members required for these meetings on the 18th and the 19th of February are informed of this important exercise. Party structures must also be informed,” said Dr Bimha.

The actual building of cells and verification will be done by the branch executives, district executives and also cell chairpersons where necessary.

Those deployed are Tshinga Dube-Bulawayo; Charles Tavengwa – Harare; Lovemore Matuke-Masvingo; Patrick Chinamasa-Manicaland; Kenneth Musanhi- Mashonaland Central; Sydney Sekeramai-Mashonaland East; Christopher Mutsvangwa-Mashonaland West; Sithembiso Nyoni-Matabeleland North; Richard Ndlovu-Matabeleland South and Simbarashe Mumbengegwi Midlands Province.