The Vice President Cde Kembo Mohadi has called upon Zimbabweans to foster a unity of purpose by rallying behind the bold steps being taken by the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) towards redressing past fractions and preventing future conflicts for the betterment of socio-economic and political development of the second republic of Zimbabwe.
In a giant step towards steering Zimbabwe’s peace and reconciliation agenda, representatives of major political parties, human rights activists, captains of industry and key stakeholders came under one roof and pledged their solidarity with the five year NPRC strategic plan launched by Vice President Mohadi in Harare.
“It is my President ED Mnangagwa’s desire to achieve an upper middle class economy by 2030, so this five year strategic plan to redress our past and prevent future conflicts and this NPRC plan will pave way for a peaceful and stable environment for his vision, hence lets all put our shoulder on the wheel regardless of political affiliations in support of this strategic plan,” said Cde Mohadi during the launch.
A cross section of speakers including Cde Fortune Chasi of Zanu PF, Mr Douglas Mwonzora of MDC Alliance, and human rights activist Jestina Mkoko all spoke with one voice on the need for progressive Zimbabweans to foster a unity of purpose towards rebuilding a new Zimbabwe.
A Zimbabwe that is peaceful for all generations is the vision of the NPRC.
Led by its chairperson Retired Justice Selo Maselo Nare, the NPRC committed to deliver its constitutional mandate to unite the people for sustainable peace, resolve conflicts of the past and preventing recurrence in the future.