Transform Zimbabwe is leaving no stone unturned as it gears up for its inaugural congress.
As a norm, President Jacob periodically meets paid up TZ members to update them on current political activities, developments and also to pray for Transform Zimbabwe and Zimbabwe at large. Yesterday Jacob Ngarivhume met paid up members called partners in Waterfalls.
Preparedness is a key factor to a successful event he introduced his speech. Transform Zimbabwe is a party that observe and believes in democracy therefore the inaugural Congress will be elective Ngarivhume added.
Ngarivhume also took time sharing notes on expectations of an elective Congress that includes transparency.
He also took that opportunity to invite Civic organisations to come and witness and be part of government in waiting inaugural Congress.
Ngarivhume revealed that the Congress will now be held on the 23-24 March 2018 at Mandela Hall, Harare Exhibition Park. He encouraged members to prepare not only for Congress but also for the forthcoming elections. Those who have not yet registered were encouraged to visit registration centres that are still open to register.
Members eagerly donated in cash and in kind towards the successful holding of the Congress.
To close up the meeting TZ President Jacob Ngarivhume was treated to a surprise belated birthday party and he was showered with presents. He turned 41 years on the 20th of February.
Born for such a time.