By Nevson Mpofu
President Mnangagwa who is on busy schedule 24 hours a day since last week when he met Allen Douhan is so far the busiest man in this world. This is proved by all he is doing for the sake of the nation. He has done his level best to push for sanctions removal taking aboard an envoy now with all the details, information and clear picture about Zimbabwe’s challenges concluded to be a result of sanctions of the west..
President Mnangagwa today 29 October in the morning just after dawn endorsed the sanctions report documented by UN Rapporteur Allen Douhan. He addressed the Central Committee in Harare during ZANU PF conference. The annual event is in all provinces but the main gathering of high ZANU PF officials is taking place at Bindura University of Science Technology 70 kilometers north of Harare.
The 19th people’s conference is being held under the theme, ‘’ Growing, modernizing economy towards vision 2030’’..
On 28 October addressing the central; committee he warned economic saboteurs. He said those bent on sabotaging the economy will be dealt with accordingly. He made the remarks addressing 230 committee members who are drawn from the country’s 10 provinces.
‘’ Those bent on sabotaging the economy shall be seriously dealt with ‘’
‘’ Growing, modernizing economy towards vision 2030, it provides opportunities for party to evaluate progress made on the implementation of 2018 manifesto and previous resolutions’’.
‘’ We are on a course to realise promises. Let us remain stronger, united and oriented. State of the -economy, state of social affairs is our realised success. Let us take milestones to realise macro and micro economic stability. Let us wage war against saboteurs of economic growth. Let’s deal with them without fear and favour’’.
President Mnangagwa boasts of 2023 election victory. He however promised a victory of the elections in a free, fair one. He urged ZANU PF to uphold constitutionalism, democracy and rule of law.
‘’ We promise a thunderous victory for ZANU PF in the next coming harmonized elections. Victory of the party must be in both rural and urban communities ‘’.