Saturday, September 18, 2021

Masvingo adds to Mnangagwa’s cabinet


Zaka East MP Clemence Chiduwa

The recent cabinet reshuffle by President Emmerson
Mnangagwa has seen another member from Masvingo making it into the ‘new’ team securing
a deputy ministerial post.
Zaka East Member of Parliament (MP) Clemence Chiduwa’s
appointment as the deputy minister of Finance and Economic Development brings
to seven the number of people in President Mnangagwa’s cabinet.
President Mnangagwa had only looked at Gutu and
Masvingo districts when he appointed his cabinet after winning the 2018
harmonised elections.
Winston Chitando, Yeukai Simbanegavi, Lovemore Matuke
and Amon Murwira all come from Gutu while Davison Marapira and Ezra Chadzamira
represent Masvingo district.
The appointment of Chiduwa means Zaka district now has
a representation in the cabinet. Zaka district now holds one of the key
ministries in the country.
Chiduwa, a philanthropist and successful businessman,
said that he is honoured to have been nominated to one of the most critical
ministries in the country.
“It is an honour to be called to serve. I want to
thank President Mnangagwa for trusting me and giving me an opportunity to serve
my country.
“I will execute my responsibilities to the best of my
abilities and push the President’s vision of seeing a better Zimbabwe for
everyone,” said Chiduwa.
Chiduwa’s has a wealth of knowledge in the financial
sector and his coming in adds value to the ministry of finance.
Chiduwa was elected to MP for Zaka East in September
this year after the death of former legislator Katson Gumbwanda.

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