Vice President Retired General Dr Constantino Chiwenga has called on Zimbabweans to focus on nation-building and to rise above petty political differences adding that machete-wielding gangs and robbers will be dealt with accordingly.
He said this at the launch of the Zimbabwe Indigenous Inter-denominational Council of Churches yesterday at the national sports stadium.
“Stern measures are being taken against those who disturb peace in the country such as machete-wielding gangs and robbers,” he said.
The 2018 harmonised elections have come and gone. Some emerged victors while others lost in the bruising political battles. It is now time to reconcile and work together in building one nation, said vice president retired general Dr Constantino Chiwenga.
The Vice President complimented President Emmerson Mnangagwa whom he said since assuming office he has lived up to his pledge of being a listening president.
“President Mnangagwa lived up to his promise that he is a listening President, God-fearing man, a true statesman and a visionary leader. He has set a vision 2030 for the country and I am convinced that those that work hard will be enjoying high-quality life by 2030,” he said.
The launch of the Zimbabwe indigenous inter-denominational council of churches was also attended by traditional leaders.