Minister Mutsvangwa hails President Mnangagwa’s leadership


Staff Reporter

MARONDERA- The Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Senator
Monica Mutsvangwa says President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s servant leadership is guiding
Zimbabwe’s economy back on track.
She made the remarks while addressing thousands of people who converged at St Anne’s Goto
High School in Hwedza district for the third edition of the annual TINMAC Foundation sports
tournament which, for the first time, attracted participants from other districts and provinces.
Minister Mutsvangwa said President Mnangagwa’s administration is showing its determination
to achieve Vision 2030 through the introduction and implementation of several high-impact
projects and the engagement and re-engagement drive.
She said: “President Mnangagwa, with the support of his administration, is working hard to
ensure that the country achieves Vision 2030 of making Zimbabwe an upper middle income
economy by the year 2030. He is correcting all mistakes made in the past so that developing the
Zimbabwe we all want take route.
“His sound engagement and re-engagement drive will see Zimbabwe rise to where it belongs and
results on the ground are telling the whole story. Private investors are flocking into the country
and many projects are now in full swing to boost our economic prospects.”
Some individuals and nations, she added, have realized that the so-called targeted sanctions on
Zimbabwe were not targeted, but affected national development, hence they were reforming.
“We have people who now appreciate that the sanctions that the United Kingdom, the United
States of America and their allies imposed on us at the turn of the millennium were meant to
stifle the country’s economic development. They are now reforming after realizing that they
were not serving the purpose which they were purported to serve.
“Despite those so-called sanctions, the Second Republic under President Mnangagwa has been
thinking outside the box and making use of the available resources without leaving noone and no
place behind,” Minister Mutsvangwa said.
She also urged people to join the party and vote for development, transparency and
accountability in the 2023 harmonised elections.

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