All set for Amai Mugabe’s Matabeleland South rally

by Thupeyo Muleya
The First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe heads to Gwanda, Matabeleland South, today for the sixth leg of her Meet The People Tour with the provincial leadership here saying people were ready to welcome her. The tour has since taken her to Mashonaland West, the Midlands, Harare, Masvingo and Manicaland provinces. Zanu-PF provincial chairman for Mat South Cde Andrew Langa, who is also the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, said the stage was set for Amai Mugabe’s rally.
He urged people from the province to attend the rally in their numbers.
Cde Langa said all the senior politicians from Matabeleland South were already in Gwanda ahead of Amai Mugabe’s visit.

“We have covered a lot of ground in terms of logistics and we are very hopeful that we will fill the 30 000-seater Pelandaba Stadium.
“As the provincial leadership, we have mobilised over 15 buses, trucks and small vehicles from colleagues and the community for transporting people from all the seven administrative districts to Gwanda,” he said.

Cde Langa added that people should be seated in the stadium by 9am with the rally expected to start at 10am.
He called on Zanu-PF supporters and everyone else to attend the rally in their thousands.
“All roads should lead to Pelandaba Stadium where we expect to hear the words of unity and wisdom from the First Lady, who is a mother to all of us.

“As you are aware, a mother is the backbone of every household and we are all excited and ready to receive her guidance and leadership.
“The First Lady is a mother figure to all the citizens and hence we are saying everyone is welcome to attend the rally at the stadium,” Cde Langa said.
Amai Mugabe has been on a whirlwind tour of the country’s provinces to thank supporters for endorsing her nomination to assume leadership of the Zanu-PF Women’s League at the party’s December elective Congress.

After the Gwanda rally, the First Lady is expected to take her tour to Lupane at Somhlolo Stadium in Matabeleland North tomorrow (Tuesday) and is scheduled to hold another rally in Bulawayo at Amazulu Sports Club on Wednesday. Herald

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    johnson 8 years ago

    MOTHER TO YOU? WHAT KINDA MOTHER IS THAT? DONT TRY TO BE FUNNY! WHERE DOES SHE COME FROM? SHE CANT BE A MOTHER!