The Minister of State for Masvingo Provincial Affairs has equated President
Emmerson Mnangagwa to the Biblical Joshua who will lead Zimbabwe through the
final stretch to the ‘Promised Land’.
at the integrated schools and communities environment programme held at Chemvuu
Dam site where First Lady Auxillia Mnagagwa was guest of honour, Chadzamira related
Mnangagwa’s leadership qualities to those of Joshua.
said Mnangagwa’s predecessor, Robert Mugabe had started the work but could not
complete it thus the need to follow the current President just as the children
of Israel followed Joshua after the death of Moses.
Mnangagwa is a visionary leader. In Zimbabwe, we haven’t had a President with
leadership qualities like his as many economic development programmes are being
have Zupco buses, the Smart Agriculture programme, Silo shops and other
initiatives. All these developments are coming through him with the help of the
First Lady in line with Vision 2030,” said Chadzamira.
praised the first lady’s work saying she was making a positive difference on
the lives of people in needy communities.
have been praying for a mother of nation who has people at heart. The first lady
is inspiring as she is not selective and does not consider political parties
when it comes to development. She helped Bopoma Children’s Home in Zaka among
others around Masvingo province.
Masvingo province, let’s remain united and fight the enemy from the left, right
and centre to support our President,” he said.
to the same event, Zaka Central Member of Parliament Davison Svuure described
the first lady as a humble woman of substance.
have never had this kind of a mother before. She has time for everyone and she
is not selective of who she mixes with,” said Svuure.
the integrated schools and community environment, the first lady commissioned
Chemvuu Dam and an orchard where 1500 trees were planted in partnership with
Environment Management Agency (Ema), Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa),
Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Authority (ZimParks) and the Forestry