Mash West hails new dispensation

by Nobleman Runyanga

The people of Mashonaland West Province are very grateful to President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his administration for the positive changes they have rung since November last year.

This came out during the star rally which the President addressed in Chinhoyi on Tuesday this week.

Speaking to the thousands who thronged the Chinhoyi University of Technology (CUT) for the rally, ZANU PF Mashonaland West Provincial Chairman, Ziyambi Ziyambi thanked the President for the timely distribution of agricultural inputs well ahead of the next farming season.

“For the first time ever, Your Excellency, we have already received inputs under the Presidential Well-wishers Input scheme ahead of the forthcoming farming season,” said Ziyambi.

Ziyambi also expressed gratitude to the President for the prevailing peace and his message of unity ahead of this month’s elections.

“Since Operation Restore Legacy, we continue to enjoy peace. We thank you for your message of unity and peace of the election which has gone a long way in holding the country together ahead of the crucial election,” Ziyambi said.

Other people who the Harare Post interviewed spoke highly of the President and the new dispensation.

“Those who attended the last rally held here in July last year will remember how it turned into an occasion of dressing down fellow members but, as you have seen and heard, today’s meeting was different. It was about unity and moving our country forward,” commented Langton Nyamakawo of Nyamakate in Hurungwe after the rally.

“Last year when I tried to bring my stove and food into the rally venue, I was barred by some overzealous youths despite having paid to carry out my business during the rally. Today it was different. I was allowed into the venue without incident and recorded brisk trade. I’m grateful to the President and the new dispensation,” said Susan Paruwani, a Chinhoyi vendor.

Julius Mukondo, a war veteran from Mhangura, also spoke very highly of the President, the new dispensation and developments in the country after Operation Restore Legacy.

“Since independence, I’m yet to see a leader who is so clear about what needs to be done in order to move our country forward. His only hindrance is that some people are still steeped in the culture of the old administration. This notwithstanding, post the election, our country is poised for great things and an exciting future,” said a visibly excited Mukondo.