Zanu-PF Primaries🗳 Rolled Over To Today
The contest for aspiring candidates seeking to represent Zanu-PF in the forthcoming harmonised elections will continue today after most voting centres opened late due to logistical bottlenecks, which the ruling party’s national elections commission (NEC) attributed to a breakdown experienced by the company that was printing the ballot papers.
Though voting went on smoothly in areas where material arrived on time, in others people that turned up for the internal polls went back home as voting was moved to today.
In an interview at Stodart Hall in Mbare yesterday, Zanu-PF’s NEC chairperson Lieutenant-General Engelbert Rugeje (Retired) said an unanticipated breakdown at Jongwe Printers last Friday caused the glitch that spilled into yesterday’s primary elections.
He, however, hailed Zanu-PF supporters for voting peacefully.