President Mnangagwa yesterday said his administration was committed to improving the welfare of Zimbabwe Liberation War Collaborators (Ziliwaco) and urged them to go out in their numbers to campaign and vote for Zanu-PF in the July 30 harmonised elections, unlike the opposition that spends time demonstrating.
Ziliwaco, which has a membership of over 134 000, had representatives drawn from the country’s 10 provinces and presented a list of their grievances to President Mnangagwa.
“You must not lose sleep over those who are making unnecessary noise. Those who are making noise are already sensing defeat. Demonstrations do not vote. What votes are the people. Those who want to be voted into power go to the people. They do not expend their energy on demonstrations,” President Mnangagwa said. He said his administration holds Ziliwaco in high regard given the “intelligence” role they played during the liberation struggle.
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