The president of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, asked the population on Monday for patience on the road to recovery, which he admitted will face hurdles in some cases.
In his message on the occasion of the Christmas holidays reported on Monday in this capital, the president-elect of Zimbabwe noted that ‘2018 has been a historic year in which we began the process of national renewal and recovery.’
There is still much to be done … I am aware that many will have a difficult Christmas and I urge you to have patience, resist and work hard in collective unity in the creation of a better, democratic and prosperous Zimbabwe, the president added.
Mnangagwa took the opportunity to recognize those who have offered their time to help those in need and said that this spirit should be highlighted when these holidays that allow to meet with the family and be grateful for the gifts received are celebrated.
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