Vice President Joice Mujuru says the success of the land reform program should now translate into production to ensure a sustainable growth of the countryâ€™s economy.
Cde Mujuru, who is also Mt Darwin West House of Assembly Member, said this when she addressed thousands of Zanu-PF party supporters, who gathered at Dolphin Primary and Mutungagore Secondary Schools to celebrate her victory during the 2008 harmonised elections.Â
She was accompanied by her husband, Rt. General Solomon Mujuru.
She thanked people in her constituency for being resolute andÂ for supporting Zanu-PF, saying their continued loyalty consolidates the gains of the liberation struggle.
Cde Mujuru reiterated that Zanu-PF, being a revolutionary party, has always stood for the emancipation of the indigenous majority.
Vice President Mujuru called on the gathering to participate fully in the constitution making process to safeguard the countryâ€™s culture and heritage.
In another meeting at Nembire Primary and Chakowa Secondary Schools in her constituency, CdeÂ Mujuru said government priorises investing in the education sector as it defines the growth and development of the country.
She hailed the country’s education sector which has achieved the highest literacy rate in Africa.