PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has thanked former Vice President Kembo Mohadi for saying he has been a committed member of his Government’s national development agenda.
Mnangagwa said this during his opening remarks at the party’s 349th ordinary session of the Politburo in Harare this Wednesday.
“I would like to thank the former Vice President Col (Rtd) Cde K.C.D. Mohadi for his service to our country.
“I commend him for the role he played under the Second Republic in advancing our government’s agenda as enunciated in Vision 2030 and National Development Strategy- 1 (NDS-1),” said President Mnangagwa.
Mohadi resigned in a huff this Monday following embarrassing sexual allegations which he denies, saying he was framed, video morphed and hacked by unnamed political opponents.
Mohadi is in attendance at the ongoing Zanu-PF Politburo meeting as he remains the joint second most powerful person in the ruling party, at least on paper.
President Mnangagwa has also exhorted the party to remain united and to focus on national economic development.
“I exhort the party to maintain unity and to remain focused on the development programmes and activities towards increasing productivity, creating jobs, fighting corruption and growing our economy.
“Let’s further cherish and inculcate the values of ubuntu, accountability, transparency and hard-honest work. These are the pillars upon which our Party thrives and grows,” he said. 🔺