Politics

President urges Party wings to embrace economics

 

By Shadreck Gurenje

ZANU PF First Secretary and President has challenged all Party wings to be economic minded and mobilise people towards the attainment of Vision 2030.
Giving his keynote address at the Mashonaland East Provincial Coordinating Committee meeting in Marondera, President Mnangagwa said all Party organs must embrace economic development by making use of local reasources available.

“Our talk must be about economic development and use of local resources for development. Government will continue to engage and re-engage our external partners inorder to attract Foreign Direct Investment,” said President Mnangagwa.

The head of state and government also commended progress with the Transitional Stabilisation Programme saying the economic blue print has so far yielded results. Furthermore, the President also commended the manner in which devolution funds are being used to improve livelihoods through building of infrastructure across the country.

In Agriculture the Second Republic is transforming the sector to restore the nation’s pride as the breadbasket of Africa.

“Government is modernising agriculture and continues to support farmers as seen by the drive to mechanise with equipment from Belarus and John Deere.

“Every citizen must be productive and embrace government programs of mechanisation and Pfumvudza/Gatshompo. No-one will be left behind.

“Party farms must be centres for agricultural excellence,” said President Mnangagwa.

Touching on the ongoing District Coodinating Committee (DCCs) election preparations the President said these must not be used as tools for power but for mobilisation.

He also warned some rogue elements who impose candidates saying such characters are not entertained within the Revolutionary Party.