NEW DISPENSATION TO OVERCOME HURDLES: PRESIDENT MNANGAGWA
By Kudzai Furusa
His Excellency, the First Secretary of ZANU PF President E. D Mnangagwa has revealed that though his Administration has faced many hurdles and attacks from the enemy, it is going to overcome.
President Mnangawa has always preached unity and peace, even though foreign detractors have been funding opposition elements to sabotage the New Dispensation’s efforts to improve the lives of the people of Zimbabwe.
President Mnangagwa was speaking during his address to the nation at the State House today, where he highlighted the hurdles the country has been facing and the New Dispensation's goal.
“The New Dispensation came with the clear goal to improve the plight of the majority of our people, through an elaborate agenda to reform, restructure and rebuild towards the attainment of vision 2030. Undoubtedly my Administration has faced many hurdles and attacks since its inauguration. These included the divisive politics of some opposition elements, the illegal economic sanctions, cyclones, droughts and more recently, the deadly Covid19 pandemic," President Mnangagwa said.
“Added to this is economic aggression, local currency manipulation and detractors who fear the inevitable imminent success of our reforms. All this was meant to undermine our projected economic growth and stability. As a result we have had to constantly recalibrate our compass to ensure that we remain on course and that the standard of life of the majority in our society gets better and better."
President Mnangagwa went on to say that the goal of the New Dispensation seeks to achieve, will not be hindered in any way as the country is going to overcome.
“The direction we desire remains unchanged. Our goal remains clear and stable. Forward forever. This is the goal of peace, unity, stability, development, progress and prosperity," he said.
"Although our progress has been slowed down, rest assured that we shall achieve our objectives. We shall overcome. We will defeat the attack and stop the bleeding of our economy.
"We shall overcome the attempts at destabilisation of our society by few rogue Zimbabweans acting in league with foreign detractors."
The President went on to say that those "who promote hate and disharmony will never win. The bad apples have attempted to divide our people and to weaken our systems will be flushed out. Good shall triumph over evil.”