We Are Rectifying Our Past Mistakes – SB Moyo To Kenya

In an article the foreign minister wrote for a Kenyan Publication the Daily Nation, Rtd Gen SB Moyo said the government was rectifying its mistakes and implementing the much-needed reforms the Chronicle reports.

Moyo in his article penned:

A stable and prosperous Zimbabwe is a piece of the larger equation. Too often the mistakes of the nation’s past have been passed onto our neighbours. We want to rectify this. Zimbabwe can once again become a reliable and responsible partner that drives economic success in the region.

Institutional change is underway to change the police modus operandi from a security function to the protector of citizens’ liberties. Laws out of kilter with constitutional protections for freedom of assembly and speech are being repealed and replaced. Government is leaner and cleaner; anti-corruption authorities have targeted high-level officials — including ministers — and fiscal austerity measures supported by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have reined in government spending.

Zimbabwe is lobbying Kenya to support its commonwealth readmission bid.

More: The Chronicle

 

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3 comments on “We Are Rectifying Our Past Mistakes – SB Moyo To Kenya

  1. SB don’t lie

    Police just yesterday banned MDC demo using POSA so which reforms are you talking about?

    Zimbabwe police specifically work for the interests of Zanu pf so how have you reformed the police?

    Police brutality is rampant and Tamangani died as a result of brutal attack from the police!!!!

  2. SB Moyo: LIES, LIES, LIES and plenty more lies. But, it is the ZanuPf and black politician way of doing things. That’s why Africa, Zimbabwe in particular, is fucked.

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