10.5 C
Thursday, July 18, 2024

Second Republic pledges to continue fostering development

Story by Josephine Mugiyo

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa said the ZANU PF-led government remains alive to the needs of the people and will continue to pursue transformative development.

He was addressing thousands of the Johane Masowe Vadzidzi VaJesu congregants gathered for their annual meeting in Goora, Madziwa this Saturday.

President Mnangagwa commended the Vadzidzi VaJesu Church for complementing government development efforts by building a health facility and a school.

“I believe that God had planned that I would be here. I also knew that this is your annual convention and saw that it is befitting for me to meet you. I heard there are others from SADC. You preach to the congregation that they have a role to play in nation-building in ZANU PF we say it is everyone’s responsibility to build their nation,” he said.

On various forums, President Mnangagwa has often reminded the people of Zimbabwe of their critical role in nation-building.

He added, “I am happy that when I said the nation is built by its people, you knew the slogan and this means we are doing well. As the ZANU PF government, we don’t want people who believe someone else should work to develop the nation yet ignore their role.”

With the past few years having witnessed various developmental projects under the Second Republic, President Mnangagwa said his government will continue working to fulfil people’s needs.

“I came here knowing that as a leader of the country, I also need spiritual guidance. I promise you that as a ZANU PF government, we will remain alive to the needs of the people. ZANU PF seeks to fulfil the needs of the people,” the President reiterated.

The country goes to the polls in a few days and President Mnangagwa who is the First Secretary of ZANU PF said his party is confident of victory.

“Looking at the elections coming in ten days, I don’t doubt that we will succeed. The ZANU-PF party is the one with the legacy of how the country was fought for.”

Zimbabwe will hold general elections on the 23rd of this month to elect the President, legislators and councillors.

Related Articles

[td_block_social_counter facebook="tagdiv" twitter="tagdivofficial" youtube="tagdiv" style="style8 td-social-boxed td-social-font-icons" tdc_css="eyJhbGwiOnsibWFyZ2luLWJvdHRvbSI6IjM4IiwiZGlzcGxheSI6IiJ9LCJwb3J0cmFpdCI6eyJtYXJnaW4tYm90dG9tIjoiMzAiLCJkaXNwbGF5IjoiIn0sInBvcnRyYWl0X21heF93aWR0aCI6MTAxOCwicG9ydHJhaXRfbWluX3dpZHRoIjo3Njh9" custom_title="Stay Connected" block_template_id="td_block_template_8" f_header_font_family="712" f_header_font_transform="uppercase" f_header_font_weight="500" f_header_font_size="17" border_color="#dd3333"]
- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest Articles