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Mohadi rallies Mashonaland East leadership

by Staff reporter
16 Jul 2021 at 08:00hrs | Views
Zanu-PF Vice President and Second Secretary Kembo Mohadi has challenged the Mashonaland East provincial executive to engage in sustainable projects which will contribute to the attainment of Vision 2030.

Speaking during his interface with the provincial leadership at the provincial party headquarters in Marondera yesterday, Mohadi urged the leadership to involve everyone in their programs to transform their livelihoods.

"A leader without vision is not a leader. Our President His Excellency ED Mnangagwa came up with Vision 2030, so we need to engage in programs which will allow us to attain an upper middle income upper status by 2030," he said.  

"To achieve this vision, let's not leave anyone behind until we achieve what we want.

"His Excellency wants us to engage in programmes that improve the generality of our people."

VP Mohadi also said he was excited that the expectations to grow the Zanu-PF party was taking shape, adding that even the party's critics are beginning to bear witness to the milestones being achieved under the leadership of President Mnangagwa. "No doubt, we have now breached some of the most difficult hurdles our economy was facing," he said.

Mohadi also said Zanu-PF has set itself a target of five million voters by 2023, and there was need for everyone "to work to achieve this target".

"That means extra work for us at the grassroots. It is this leadership which we expect to strategise and land a resounding victory for our party," he said.

The meeting was attended by Minister of State for Mashonaland East Provincial Affairs and Devolution, Aplonia Munzverengwi, acting Provincial Chairperson Michael Madanha, acting Deputy Secretary for Youth Affairs Tendai Chirau, Provincial Political Commissariat Herbert Shumbamhini and District Coordinating Committee chairpersons.

Source - the herald