“Your Voices Have Been Heard, I Am Your Servant Leader”: President Mnangagwa
President Emmerson Mnangagwa today addressed the SADC summit in Windhoek Namibia where he outlined the country’s vision going forward.
His attendance at the summit comes amid contestation of the presidential election outcome which declared him winner of the just ended harmonised polls held on July 30 2018 by MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa.
Chamisa filed his poll petition set to be heard on Wednesday 22 August 2018 at the Constitutional court, challenging the election results announced by ZEC declaring Mnangagwa as winner.
“Today, I addressed the SADC summit in Namibia, where I outlined the new Zimbabwe’s forward looking approach, both to international outreach and domestic development.
I am determined to draw inspiration from the collective hopes and dreams of our people. Your voices have been heard and I will work tirelessly as a servant leader to improve the quality of life for all Zimbabweans.
I thanked the SADC and AU observers who recently joined our celebration of democracy. Their verdict was unanimous: While there is always room for improvement, the elections were credible, free and fair.
It is now time for the nation to unite and look forward.”
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