Zimbabweans In The Diaspora Urged To Apply For Jobs Back Home

The government has implored Zimbabweans in the diaspora to think about coming back home and use the wide range of skills they have accumulated to develop the country.

The call was made by Foreign Affairs minister Sibusiso Moyo while addressing local youths at a Friday Global Sharpers organised event dubbed, the ‘Road to Davos 2020’. Said Moyo:

It has been a policy that when His Excellency (President Emmerson Mnangagwa) travels or I do in every country, we have seen that in the Diaspora, we have lots of skills, which are embedded.

We have seen there are financial savings, opportunities and networking of finances which they have which they can actually deploy back home in business and rebuild the country.

Moyo was mobbed and water poured all over his body by Zimbabweans in July last year just as he exited Chatham House, in London.

He was in the United Kingdom leading a Zimbabwean delegation on a four-day re-engagement programme to strengthen bilateral relations and to try to attract investment for Zimbabwe.

More: NewZimbabwe.com

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9 comments on “Zimbabweans In The Diaspora Urged To Apply For Jobs Back Home

  1. Yeah right so they can help pay back your Chinese debt and be abused by the puppets they have put in place for state capture

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