An attack on Mozambique is an attack on SADC: President

President Emmerson Mnangagwa says the SADC region’s unanimous agreement to deploy a technical team to Mozambique is testimony to the unity prevaling among the regional states since an attack on a single country means attacking the whole bloc.

The President was speaking in a pre-Independence interview that will be aired on ZBC TV this Saturday at 2030hrs.

The Southern African Development Community bloc could not just fold arms and watch as the carnage continued.

With the violence threatening the stability of the region, SADC convened a double Troika in Maputo where a resolution was taken to deploy a technical team into Mozambique.

In his Independence interview to be flighted on ZBC TV this Saturday, President Mnangagwa says Mozambique is a sister republic and what affects them affects Zimbabwe and the whole region, hence the need to intervene.

The recent attacks at Palma town in Cabo Delgado that disrupted socio economic activities also claimed the life of a Zimbabwean – Nyasha Mugwagwa.

Mugwagwa was a catering manager for remote site solutions at the gas project in Cabo Delgado.

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