Mnangagwa Is Not Begging For Money On His Foreign Trips: Monica Mutsvangwa

Addressing hundreds of people in Machongwe, Chimanimani, who gathered to witness the ground breaking ceremony for the tarring of Charter-Peacock Road on Saturday, Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs Monica Mutsvangwa said President Emmrson Mnangagwa is not begging for aid during his official visits to other countries but is asking for business deals since Zimbabwe has enough resources to steer economic revival.

She said what is lacking is good governance on how to use the resources to revive the economy. Said Mutsvangwa:

President Mnangagwa is not begging because Zimbabwe has all we need to resuscitate our economy. What is lacking is good governance. Corruption and nepotism had become deep-rooted in the country. The President is saying no one must be left behind. Even our office here in Manicaland is overwhelmed by investors who want to bring money for investment in the country.

More: Herald

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5 comments on “Mnangagwa Is Not Begging For Money On His Foreign Trips: Monica Mutsvangwa

  1. People (opposition parties) are saying that because has become a pain to other countries asking for donations.Well,it is good if the President does foreign trips luring investors.The minister forgot to mention tribalism where she said corruption and nepotism has become a deep root in the country.

  2. I wonder what investment opportunities mr n.c. will pursue to feedback to his blinkered, over promised with unrealistic pipe dreams base. Basic education that enables one to peel off their blinkers for the good of their environment is paramount ….

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