I’m now a farmer, I’m no longer interested in politics: Joice Mujuru tells Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa

The First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa has encouraged women to set aside their differences, uplift each other and unite for a common cause.
This was her key message when she welcomed former Vice President, Joice Mujuru at her offices in Harare.
“A lesson to learn today as the world celebrates International Women’s Day is love and embrace everyone, do not hate each other to death, do not leave any woman behind.”
These were the words of the Mother of the Nation Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa when she met Former Vice President Joyce Mujuru at the first lady’s offices in Harare this Monday.
The former Vice President’s visit comes after the First Lady initially proposed to visit her as part of her interactions with widows of freedom fighters, but Amai Mujuru said the onus was on her to visit the Mother of the Nation.
During the visit, Amai Mujuru said she was no longer interested in politics as she is now concentrating on farming and family issues.
The first lady also visited former President Canaan Banana’s widow, Janet and the late national hero Cde Dumiso Dabengwa’s widow, Zodwa among other key figures as well as war veterans Cdes David Mongwa, Aaron Ndlovu and Jane Ngwenya offering her support.
The First Lady, who has a passion for the economic emancipation of women, has been traversing the length and breadth of the country setting up income-generating projects for them.
The International Women’s Day is celebrated annually on the 8th of March.

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