Vice President Kembo Mohadi has implored Zimbabweans across the political, racial and societal divide to combine forces and do all in their abilities to ensure the nation attains its desired status in the shortest possible time.
Cde Mohadi was speaking after touring several stands at the Harare Agricultural Show which is running under the theme; “Field to Industry Produce, Connect, Develop”.
Soon after assuming office after a swearing in ceremony at the State House, Vice President Mohadi descended on the showgrounds to get an on the ground appreciation of the various economic activities being undertaken by Zimbabweans in a bid to transform the economy.
His first stop was the Robbie Mupawose Hall where he was shown an innovation by the Midlands State University which is an improvement on drone technology and helps farmers assess their crops.
He proceeded to the Office of the President and Cabinet stand, and also toured the Zanu PF stand which was displaying agricultural produce, small and medium enterprises wares as well as the party’s commissariat and ICT department.
At the Cold Storage Commission stand, CSC director marketing Isaiah Machingura said his company was badly in need of capital injection to get back on line.
He was to make a stop at the mining village before his entourage proceeded to the command agriculture stand where various mechanisation and irrigation development equipment was on display.
The Vice President concluded his tour at the livestock section where indigenous farmers had prime cattle breeds on show.
Cde Mohadi was impressed with the innovations on show and urged Zimbabweans across the divide to combine forces to push the nation out of the challenges that have pulled the country backward.