We Should Embrace Each Other And Move Forward: Mnangagwa To Opposition


President Emmerson Mnangagwa has reached out to opposition political parties and losing presidential candidates to unite and to work together to move the country forward. Speaking at a prayer meeting hosted by the Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC), Mnangagwa said,

I appeal to my Presidential (election) colleagues . . . that every five years there is a day that the people of Zimbabwe decide who to give a mandate to run the country. After that is over, we all, in my view, should embrace each other and move forward. Again, when the other day comes after five years, we have the opportunity to repeat the same and say who do you want to carry the mantle of the State for the next five years. But through all this, peace, peace, unity and love should be the flagship of Zimbabwe. That way, as a nation, there is no limit as to how much we can develop our country and improve our lives.

More: Sunday Mail


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