African revolutionary parties converge

By Wellington Makonese

The ruling ZANU PF has despatched a 36-member delegation to Tanzania for an Africa liberation parties seminar at the Mwalimu Julius Nyerere School of Leadership.

The ruling party leadership briefed the media on the exciting development this Monday, emphasising the need for solidarity among revolutionary parties towards entrenching Pan African values in African countries.

“The aim of this institution is to instil a sense of patriotism in leaders to be a public service arm. There is need for participants to learn how parties work and lead with excellence,” ZANU PF Secretary for Administration, Cde Obert Mpofu said.

“The idea is for you to learn in a political sense rather than in a technical way in order to deliver what our people expect from us as potential leaders. We have others from churches, not card-carrying members, but we all represent Zimbabwe,” noted Cde Simbarashe Mumbengegwi, ZANU PF Secretary for External Relations.

The Mwalimu Julius Nyerere School of leadership was established to advance the ethos of African liberation and Pan African values that defined the leadership of the late Tanzanian leader and African liberation icon, Cde Julius Nyerere.