zanu pf youths 19-01-11.jpgZimbabwean youths have vowed to rally behind the 21st February Movement as tribute to the good works, policies and empowerment drive they have received from Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, President Robert Mugabe.

 

As preparations for the 21st February Movement gather momentum in Harare, the venue for this year’s celebrations, youths say they will rally behind Cde Mugabe who has over the years proved to be an honesty , straight forward, peace loving and visionary leader.

 

Provincial Youth Chairperson for Harare Province, Cde Jim Kunaka said the youths are inspired by Cde Mugabe’s discipline, education and empowerment drive.

 

Harare Province Secretary for Youth Education, Cde Last Mbizvo said the 21st February Movement is an opportunity to inculcate in the youths the good works of the President.

 

“President Mugabe has in the last 30 years empowered young people through free primary education, free health and giving them a quota in the land distribution programme,” Cde Mbizvo said.

 

Other youths said the 21st February Movement is synonymous with resilience and resistance to western powers who are bent to ground the country’s economy to a halt through illegal sanctions.

 

A number of activities have been lined up for the main celebrations including a soccer match between Dynamos and Motor Action as well as a number of music galas promoting upcoming musicians.

 

The main celebrations are penciled for the 26th of this month in Harare and will run under the theme, ‘Youth for indigenisation and empowerment.’