President Tsvangirai engages opinion leaders in Domboshava

President Tsvangirai in Domboshava

After a morning engagement with opinion leaders in Rusike in Goromonzi South, President Tsvangirai spent three hours of robust engagement with village heads, pastors, students, chiefs, church leaders and villagers in Domboshava in Goromonzi West.

The national anger against Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF is now palpable and it was clear from the submissions by community leaders both in Rusike and Domboshava.

The national script emerging from these engagements is very clear: 2018 is the perfect opportunity for all of us to usher in a new dispensation.

The people want an inclusive society, they want Morgan Tsvangirai to lead the coalition and they want a truly free and fair election in which they can express themselves.

Tomorrow, President Tsvangirai winds up his tour of Chitungwiza with a similar meeting of opinion leaders, students and the party provincial assembly.

Luke Tamborinyoka
Presidential Spokesperson and Director of Communications

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President Tsvangirai mops up consultation exercise

President Tsvangirai

President Morgan Tsvangirai will tomorrow begin a three-day mop-up exercise of his listening tour that has taken him to all the country’s 10 provinces in the past one-and-half months.

Tomorrow, he will be engaging opinion leaders in Mhondoro and Seke rural while on Saturday he will visit Ruwa and Domboshava to consult the Goromonzi peri-urban cluster. The opinion leaders he will meet comprise pastors, chiefs, headmen, village heads, students and other people outside the party structures.

His three-day tour will culminate in a party provincial assembly meeting in Chitungwiza on Sunday. This weekend’s visit to Mhondoro, Seke rural and Domboshava will mark the official end of his countrywide listening tour.

In the past one-and-half months, President Tsvangirai has had fruitful engagements with Zimbabweans in meetings held under trees, in village huts and in the town halls, discussing national issues outside the narrow confines of slogans and party politics.

The emerging national consensus is that 2018 is the perfect opportunity to lay the ground for a new Zimbabwe and a new beginning.

Luke Tamborinyoka
Presidential Spokesperson and Director of Communications

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