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ZANU PF applauds Presidential manufacturing sector tours

ZANU PF Secretary for Information and Publicity and Party Spokesperson, Cde Ambassador Simon Khaya Moyo

 

…says no one is left behind in development

By Shadreck Gurenje

The Revolutionary Party has commended the First Secretary who is on a nationwide tour of the country’s manufacturing sector saying that as a Party they are proud of positive results being ushered in by the Second Republic government.

President Mnangagwa last week spent three days in Bulawayo where he presided over the opening of the first ever pediatric orthopedic hospital, the United Bulawayo Hospital COVID-19 centre.

The First Secretary and President also toured the revived industries in the city of Kings chief among them Tregers houseware factory and Archier factories. In Mutare yesterday he also toured The Wattle Company, Willowton group and Mega Market companies.

Addressing the media today at Party Headquarters, ZANU PF Secretary for Information and Publicity and Party Spokesperson, Cde Ambassador Simon Khaya Moyo said the Revolutionary Party takes pride in in the journey travelled so far under the wise stewardship of His Excellency.

“We wish to make it clear that as a Party, we take pride in the journey travelled so far under the wise stewardship of His Excellency President Emmerson Mnangagwa. We indeed promised to stabilise the economy and our currency and that has been achieved. That indeed attests to the seriousness with which our government under the leadership of President Mnangagwa has been.

“Most gratefully, ZANU PF is proud in the sterling and commendable work that President E. D Mnangagwa and government have done to lift up and steer development in areas that have been lagging behind,” said Ambassador S. K Moyo.

Ambassador Moyo also said the Revolutionary Party informs the public and members that the cell registration and membership exercise has begun across the nation.

He also added that all Party leadership at every level must continue to peacefully mobilise people to register to vote.