Solomon Madzore, the MDC Youth Assembly chairperson last week addressed several rallies across the country where he explained to the youth that the MDC's economic blueprint, Jobs, Upliftment, Investment, Capital and the Environment (JUICE) was the only policy that can change their lives for the better.
Madzore told a youth gathering at Dendera Business Centre in Mudzi North that the MDC's position with regards to improving the lives of the youths was to create over 1 million jobs.
At Gonye Business Centre in Gutu on Saturday, Madzore told the youth that the MDC upliftment plan was to make sure that communities are supported in their initiatives, rewarding those who are innovative and protecting them from unfair competition.
"We have realised that people in Gutu are capable farmers and we will make sure that you become millers yourself not just to sell the maize at cheap price and then buy it back when it is expensive just because it passed through the hands of other millers," Madzore said.
Madzore accompanied by MDC Youth for Real Change team on Sunday was at Tshovani Stadium in Chiredzi where the thousands of people gathered were told that the MDC wanted a decentralised government system that will see all the companies involved in industries such as the sugar production establishing their head offices in Chiredzi so that people from that area would be the main beneficiaries.
"You have an airport at Buffalo Range, and the sugar cane is in Chiredzi, I do not see any reason why Harare should be the host of all that," he said.
Turning to the new Constitution which was endorsed in Parliament last week, Madzore said the new charter will go a long way in safeguarding the needs of the youth and women who in the past have been disadvantaged in the country.