Alliance for the People’s Agenda leader and presidential aspirant, Nkosana Moyo will tomorrow meet young people at Moto Republic to discuss his policies as the 2018 elections beckon.
BY STAFF REPORTER
Moyo is focusing on a massive recruitment drive and meeting people from all walks of life, among them captains of industry, vendors and students.
The former Industry and International Trade minister has been traversing the length and breadth of the country, outlining his vision for the country.
Tomorrow, he will meet the youth cluster at the Moto Republic.
The youth vote is expected to be critical in next year’s election and all the parties have been looking at ways to excite the young people, most of them first-time voters.
Zanu PF is about to conclude its Presidential youth interface rallies, while the majority of opposition parties are seized with different programmes to appeal for the 2018 elections.
Moyo has already indicated that if elected into power next year, his Cabinet would have a maximum of 20 members and would not have deputy ministers.
He, however, wants to introduce junior ministers made up of the youth under 35 years old as an apprenticeship for future leadership.