Zanu PF leadership encouraged to be disciplined

By Tendai Matunhu

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has encouraged Zanu PF leadership to be disciplined and to lead by example.

Whilst giving his opening remarks during the Zanu PF Central Committee meeting in Harare yesterday President Mnangagwa said, “Let us be leaders of integrity and shun corruption and greediness. I exhort us to continue to be exemplary leaders and be disciplined. I exhort to exercise utter most vigilance in face of machinations by our enemies.”

The Central Committee comes a day after the party had a politburo meeting where President Mnangagwa also discouraged corruption saying the law would take its course on those who go against the law.

President Mnangagwa went on to say that austerity measures are over as the economic fundamentals to grow the economy are now in place.

Earlier yesterday the First Lady, Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa was at the Zanu PF Mashonaland East Youth League Walkathon event at Danhiko in Harare where she also took part in a tree planting exercise. President Mnangagwa will also plant a tree in Goromonzi during the 18th national people’s conference which he will officially open today.

The Politburo and Central Committee meetings are testament that the party is going strong and is united and will not in any way be affected or stop even in these tough economic times. The new dispensation is promoting the vision of the visionaries of the party, by making sure the party stands firm.