Morgan Tsvangirai juggernaut rolls into Masvingo

President Tsvangirai invades Masvingo

President Morgan Tsvangirai today invaded Masvingo on his on-going nationwide consultations with community leaders, party structures and ordinary citizens on key issues affecting the country.

The Masvingo consultations kicked off here in Gutu where the people's President is meeting traditional leaders, church leaders, pensioners and other community leaders. The meetings are private engagements where there are no party slogans, the only business being the crisis facing the country and the governance culture we should sculpt post-Mugabe in 2018.

So fearful has the regime become of these consultation programmes, particularly with traditional leaders that the Gutu DA called an emergency meeting with chiefs and headmen to scuttle the MDC leader's engagements.

However, the turnout was good as most turned up to discuss the future of the country they love with President Tsvangirai.

After his meeting here in Gutu, President Tsvangirai leaves for a similar meeting in Bikita. Tomorrow, the people's President will be have similar engagements in Zaka. He will be here in Masvingo for the next three days.

Luke Tamborinyoka
Presidential Spokesperson and Director of Communications

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President Tsvangirai winds up Midlands tour

President Tsvangirai

President Morgan Tsvangirai today held meetings with opinion leaders from Shurugwi, Vungu and Chiwundura before winding his day with a three-hour lively engagement with students in the Midlands town of Gweru.

The emerging consensus during this listening tour is that 2018 presents every Zimbabwean with a perfect opportunity to retire misgovernance and give a new government the mandate to resolve the simmering national grievances.

The concerns of traditional leaders, the church, business and students remain the same across the provinces. The consensus is that every sector must prepare to actively participate in the next election to chart a new direction for the country.

Luke Tamborinyoka
Presidential Spokesperson and Director of Communications

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