ZANU PF youths host Revive Redcliff

Staff Reporter

ZANU PF youths continue to embark on national building projects as the nation journeys towards attaining an Upper Middle Income Status by 2030.

A source who spoke to this publication said Provincial Youth Leader Kuda Mnangagwa and ZANU PF youths in Redcliff yesterday hosted the Revive Redcliff talent show aimed at encouraging Redcliff residents to work together in order to revive the once vibrant home to the largest steel producer in Africa.

According to the source, Mnangagwa encouraged all youths to use their voice and dance skills as a means to revive the once vibrant mining town. The source added that the youth leader assured participants that a vibrant town would definitely attract the attention of President Emmerson Mnangagwa who remains steadfast in supporting developmental programmes.

Commending the talent show initiative, Tatenda Chiutsi, a participant, applauded youth leader Mnangagwa for hosting the event while affirming unbridled participation by the youths and Redcliff residents in rebuilding the mining town.

 “As youths in Redcliff, we are now working towards building the Redcliff that we all want. Redcliff town used to be host to the largest steel producer company in Africa. Our goal is to help Government revive our mining town and we are very confident that through the leadership of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, this goal is achievable. Under his leadership, Redcliff town will regain its status of being the largest steel producer in Africa,” said Chiutsi.

Another youth from Rutendo suburb in Redcliff, Joyce Dare said Redcliff Municipality was being led by incompetent Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) opposition party councillors who were not willing to work with Government in building the country.

“The challenge that we have is that our town is being led by incompetent CCC councillors. As ZANU PF youths we will ensure that we work together with Redcliff residents to revive our steel mining town,” said Dare.

The “Nyika Inovakwa Nevene Vayo” mantra by President Mnangagwa is a growth-oriented strategy to transform the country into an upper middle income society by 2030 using local resources, local ideas and innovations. The mantra has become the guiding philosophy of the Second Republic under the visionary leadership of President Mnangagwa.