I was at my rural home in Gutu this Christmas and I’m deeply concerned by what I saw. We are called to ensure that no one is left behind, to make sure that we protect the weak, poor and vulnerable. Poverty should not be used as a tool for oppression. The crisis in Zimbabwe is man-made.
I also visited relatives in Bikita and Zaka. Where we once had small businesses and thriving townships, we are left with abandoned buildings and deserted towns. Parents cannot afford to take their children to school. Teenage pregnancies are increasing.
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Crops in the fields wilting and dying. Food continues to be used as a political weapon to sow divisions, hate and instil fear. Clinics have totally collapsed. There is no money and no food. This can’t continue. The solution to this crisis is political. It’s time for real change and reform.
We will roll out plans and action aimed at restoring dignity, promoting development and pushing for real change in Zim, particularly in the rural areas. 2020 we will leave no stone unturned. We will turn up the heat in the fight for freedom and a decent life for every Zimbabwean.
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