President Mnangagwa has returned to work following his month-long leave which started early last month and has reportedly hit the ground running by promising to reveal the COVID-19 vaccination rollout plan soon, The Herald reports.
The President who was unofficially on duty according to his press secretary released a statement and stated that:
Our experts who have been assessing different vaccines, are very close to finalising the course to recommend to our nation. A course which brings in relief, and which we will roll out across the length and breadth of our nation, so we do not lose more lives than has become inevitable.
President Mnangagwa’s Press Secretary Gorge Charamba gave a list of the President’s priorities now that he is back at work and said:
The President also dealt with matters to do with foreign affairs, bearing in mind that it is his department directly, key decisions include, decisions on the forthcoming African Union (AU) Summit that will be held virtually at the weekend
There was also matters to do with the need to deal with the chaotic settlements in urban areas, as you notice it’s a clearly growing problem.
During his absence, the two Vice Presidents Kembo Mohadi and Constantino Chiwenga were acting presidents at 2 different times.
More: The Herald