“Calm In Harare” As ED Leaves For SADC Summit – Mutodi

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has left the country for the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Summit scheduled for this weekend in Tanzania.

This was revealed by the Deputy Minister of Information, Energy Mutodi. Zimbabwe is set to assume the Chairmanship of the SADC Troika.

The OPDSC Troika consists of the Chairperson, Incoming Chairperson and Outgoing Chairperson, and reports to the SADC Summit Chairperson.

Writing on microblogging site Twitter, Mutodi further revealed that Vice President Kembo Mohadi is the Acting President. Said Mutodi:

Calm in Harare as His Excellency President ED Mnangagwa leaves for the SADC Summit where he will assume troika chairmanship. He was seen off by the police and military chiefs as well as several government officials.

Vice President Kembo Mohadi is the Acting President.

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One Comment on ““Calm In Harare” As ED Leaves For SADC Summit – Mutodi

  1. Nothing called SADC when the member is living his people dieng on the streets why should live his people suffering and go outside claiming is developing the southern region while he fails to provide a conditional grand to his own people at his own country. Nothing called SADC its clearly reveals the admittion and diplomatic move of dictatorship because other members fails to enlight each other liberally

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