The ruling Zanu PF party has reached four million members across the country following its ongoing restructuring exercise, acting party spokesperson Cde Mike Bimha has revealed.
Speaking during a Central Committee special press briefing at the party headquarters in Harare yesterday, Cde Bimha said the party was more than united ahead of the people’s annual conference where the Zanu PF First Secretary and President Emmerson Mnangagwa is expected to officially open the indaba today.
Cde Bimha said according to the report presented by acting party political commissar Cde Patrick Chinamasa during the Central Committee meeting, the restructuring exercise was progressing well.
“The party is focusing on cell structures and that this exercise has gone well, resulting in the establishment of branches and currently the party districts,” he said. “As of now, we are safely talking of having reached a four million membership in terms of the exercise up to this stage.”
Cde Bimha shot down allegations being peddled by naysayers that the party was battling some factionalism, saying it was more than united.