VP Chiwenga Delivers 90 Tonnes Maize Grain To Kanyemba Folks

ACTING President Constantino Chiwenga said that his party ZANU PF was grateful for the support it was given by the people of Kanyemba in the 2018 general election.

Chiwenga delivered 90 tonnes of grain to the area, which he said was a gift from President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

He also said that the floating bridge on the Zambezi river would be commissioned soon. Chiwenga had this to say

“As Zanu PF, we would like to say Happy New Year; we also want to thank you for voting for us in the just-ended elections. We came here to check on the progress we made since our campaign time,” Chiwenga said.

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is congratulated by Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube after delivering a speech at the tour of a pontoon at Kanyemba Border Post yesterday. Looking on are Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister July Moyo and Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement Minister Perrance Shiri

He added: “The President (Mnangagwa) is on leave and I was with him yesterday (Wednesday) and he gave you a Christmas box of 90 tonnes of grain. He said he will come to commission the floating bridge (across the Zambezi River linking Zambia and Zimbabwe).”

He hailed doctors at Kanyemba’s Chapoto Clinic for soldiering on dispute working under difficult conditions.

“I am glad that no staff at Chapoto Clinic here in Kanyemba withdrew their services. We are not saying, you don’t feel the pain, but you soldiered on by not striking,” Chiwenga said.

“When you withdraw your service, that is a breach of the Hippocratic Oath, because when you withdraw your services, you are not fixing government but the people that you serve,” he said.

VP Chiwenga has been in charge of negotiations with doctors, who downed tools a month ago demanding improved working conditions, but the talks collapsed as the medical professionals insisted on being paid in United States dollars.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa early this week had to cut short his leave to address the deteriorating situation in the heath sector as more health officials have downed tools in solidarity with the striking doctors.

After the briefing, Chiwenga addressed a rally at Chapoto Business Centre where he implored community members to unite and fight poverty.


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