ED PFEE: Children of war veterans throw weight behind President Mnangagwa’s 2030 vision


CHILDREN of Zimbabwe Liberation War Veterans Association (CZLWVA) have vowed to rally behind President Emerson Mnangagwa’s vision of creating a middle class income economy by 2030 as the nation celebrates its 40th anniversary today.

In a statement, chairperson of CZLWVA Mr Raymond Chiwara said they were proud to join President Mnangagwa and the entire Zimbabwean nation in celebrating the Independence Day.

“Today marks an incredible milestone in terms of the journey travelled as an Independent Nation of Zimbabwe,” he said.

“This independence was brought by the barrel of the gun and the selfless sacrifices by all sons and daughters of the soil who worked together to set our motherland free from colonial bondage. We salute those sacrifices.

“As CZLWVA, we shall endeavour to protect the gains of our independence. We shall rally behind the leadership of President Mnangagwa, guided by veterans of the liberation struggle to invigorate the fire of liberation in terms of our economy.”

Mr Chiwara said they will work to make Zimbabwe an upper middle income economy by 2030.

“In peace and harmony, Zimbabwe will prosper. Happy 40th birthday Zimbabwe,” he said.

— Herald

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