Wel­come back Mr Pres­i­dent

The Sunday Mail (Zimbabwe) - - COMMENT -

FIRST and fore­most I would like to wel­come Pres­i­dent ED Mnan­gagwa, who came back from the 73rd Or­di­nary Ses­sion of the United Na­tions Gen­eral As­sem­bly on Fri­day.

There is no doubt that you did not only de­liver a strong mes­sage to the in­ter­na­tional com­mu­nity and world lead­ers, but you also left an im­pres­sion.

I was watch­ing your in­ter­view on Bloomberg TV where you said, “This is a new dis­pen­sa­tion, we must show that in­deed we are cre­at­ing a new en­vi­ron­ment, a new path, a new vi­sion for our coun­try.”

This state­ment can­not be dis­puted by any­one who is in Zim­babwe right now as it is clear for all to see that winds of change are blow­ing in the coun­try.

From the min­is­ters you se­lected to the goals you have set, there is ev­i­dence that we are in­deed in a new dis­pen­sa­tion.

Mr Pres­i­dent, your ad­dress at the United Na­tions Gen­eral As­sem­bly told the world that Zim­babwe is open for busi­ness and ready, to once more, play a mean­ing­ful role in the in­ter­na­tional com­mu­nity.

Dur­ing the ad­dress, you also high­lighted that elec­tions are be­hind us and that it is now time to fo­cus on eco­nomic de­vel­op­ment. De­vel­op­ment can only be achieved if we work to­gether be­cause you can­not go it alone.

We will sup­port you to­wards this goal. - Simba, High­field.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Zimbabwe

© PressReader. All rights reserved.