Vice President Retired General Dr Constantino Chiwenga says no community will be left behind in terms of development as the new administration has committed itself to ensuring inclusive growth with more irrigation and road rehabilitation projects set for Binga area.
Dr Chiwenga made the remarks during the Zanu PF rally held at Manjolo Business Centre in Binga which was graced by thousands of the party supporters.
Vice President Chiwenga who was accompanied by Zanu PF Deputy National Political Commissar Cde Omega Hungwe, and Matabeleland North Minister of State Ambassador Cain Mathema descended on Binga as part of his tour of Matabeleland North Province aimed a drumming up support for the ruling party and to outline the new administration’s vision for the country.
Dr Chiwenga who highlighted the new administration’s commitment to achieving inclusive growth assured the community of Binga that they will soon roll out extensive roads rehabilitation programme in the district, establishment of more irrigation schemes and revitalisation of the healthcare system in the province.
“We know that poor roads has been a major challenge hindering commerce in the district and i would like to assure you that our inclusive and sustainable growth thrust will be rolling our infrastructure rehabilitation projects in the area as well as the establishment of more irrigation projects,” he said.
Apart from improving the health institution in the district, the new administration has also pledged to modernise the school infrastructure and set up more vocational training centres as the country pursue a knowledge-driven economy.
The Vice President who highlighted the centrality of unity of purpose, unity and co-existence told the party supporters that the country is on the verge of economic resurgence with over $16 billion in investment proposals having been received.
He said investments such as the Kamativi Lithium Project and Lusulu Power Project will create more economic activities for the province.
“We are heading for exciting times and soon we will have a vibrant lithium industry and also in Lusulu there will be power projects. This will certainly transform Matabeleland North and Binga in particular,” said Dr Chiwenga.
The Vice President told the party supporters that apart from expanding the command livestock programme in the area there is also going to be measures to promote the fisheries industry.
Dr Chiwenga challenged the Binga community to vote resoundingly for the ruling party during the forthcoming harmonised elections.