Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has emphasized that in order for the country’s economy to recover, people must put in hard work and not hope for miracles. In an interview with the Sunday Mail ahead of the Heroes Day commemorations, Chiwenga said,
What every Zimbabwean must understand is that there are no miracles which come. The time of miracles is gone. But “miracles” can also happen, but they only happen through hard work. We work and achieve what we want to achieve.
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And for sure, nothing will come on a silver platter, without sweat and hard work. And nothing can come quickly if we are not united, if we are not at peace with ourselves if the country remains directed by agendas that are not Zimbabwean.
Wasn’t there a bloody civil war in the United States? Haven’t they committed real mistakes during their development? To err is human, but you correct and then you move on. We have got our own God-given resources, we must build our country with those resources.
And build our country together with others who would want to join us in our struggle to make Zimbabwe a better place, a better place to invest and a place wherever you go, you say “home is sweet; I want to go back to my country”. That is what we want to do.
More: Sunday Mail
Guveya Dominic Nyikadzino Chiwenga is the Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, the second secretary of Zanu-PF political party and the former Minister of Defence and War Veterans Affairs. He is also the former Commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) and also the... Read More About Constantino Chiwenga