Final Warning mobilises voters for President Prosper Dembedza, affectionately known as Proda.

Ivan Zhakata-Arts Correspondent

POPULAR music outfit, Final Warning, has released another song “Zanu PF Ibato Revanhu” aimed at mobilising voters for President Mnangagwa and the ruling party in the upcoming harmonised elections.

The song comes barely after the release of “#ChitimachaED” by the group, which is currently trending on  national radio and television stations.

President Mnangagwa, who is Zanu PF’s President and First Secretary, was last year unanimously endorsed by all party organs as the party’s sole presidential candidate in the impending elections.

Final Warning, composed of brothers Prosper Dembedza, affectionately known as Proda, and Edward, whose stage name is Stable, said the song was about enlightening people on the works President Mnangagwa and the ruling party were doing in uniting the nation.

Proda, who is the lead singer, said they appreciated several developmental works spearheaded by President Mnangagwa that were leaving no one and no place behind nationwide.

He said as sons of a bona fide war veteran, his brother and himself were compelled to continue supporting the ruling party, Zanu PF, which was safeguarding the gains of the liberation struggle.

“We did this song as a Zanu PF anthem for the upcoming harmonised elections,” Proda said. 

“We are reminding people that Zanu PF as the ruling party has never lost an election ever since its formation and nothing will stop President Mnangagwa from achieving a resounding victory in these elections. 

“We also inviting members of the public to support Zanu PF and complement President Mnangagwa’s vision of creating an upper-middle-income society by 2030.

“President Mnangagwa has proven that he is capable of leading the country into a successful one and this is evidenced by his works from road construction to employment creation.”

Proda said the song spoke about people joining the bandwagon of national development.

On the other hand, he said Zimbabweans across the political and religious divide should unite and work towards the development of the country, taking advantage of the listening President in President Mnangagwa.

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