THE Ideas Party of Democracy (IPD), is rolling out door-to-door campaigns countrywide to drum up support ahead of the 2023 general election.
IPD president Herbert Chamuka said the party has deployed teams around the country to conduct the campaigns.
“As IPD we are at a stage whereby were deploying our people to go in different provinces talking to our parents as a move to ensure that we win 2023 elections. The first thing is to show love to the people so that people will see hope for change,” said the South Africa-based politician.
As the President of this party, I have decided to deploy some members of the party to go in all 10 provinces in Zimbabwe. Talking and listening to people’s grievances,” he said.
Chamuka added: “IPD is a party that knows the culture, norms and values of the Zimbabweans. So we call our parents to welcome us as we go in provinces regardless of which party you support. We encourage them to welcome us.”
“We are not going to the provinces to fight but to disseminate more information about IPD. They will go into the police stations, army barracks and in the streets to call people to join IPD so that we win 2023 election,” he added.
Chamuka further indicated that his party was open to engage with fellow opposition parties for a possible coalition against Zanu PF.
“We are open to work with other parties that have the same ideas with us,” he said.