Wednesday, June 5, 2019

People settled for votes evicted by a 'tremendously satisfied' ZANU PF Govt

ZANU-PF has expressed satisfaction with the manner in which the Government is addressing the issue of so called illegal settlers in the country.
The so called illegal settlers were incidentally settled in the areas by a ZANU PF system ahead of general elections in a bid to boost their numbers.
In a statement, the ruling party’s Secretary for Information and Publicity, Simon Khaya Moyo, said: “Zanu-PF notes with tremendous satisfaction the manner in which the Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement is addressing the issue of illegal settlers of land in the country.”
Khaya Moyo said having successfully undertaken the fast track land reform exercise, the ruling party and Government continue to collaborate in the mutual bid to further consolidate gains achieved so far. He said the challenges were being addressed with compassion and utmost consideration.
“It should be recalled that the land question was at the core of the liberation struggle hence its judicious management is always an issue of prime concern to the party. In view of that reality, the party through the appropriate arm of government, the Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement, is satisfied with the current process of rationalisation of the land where all cases of those in need of it are given,” said Khaya Moyo.
“The continuous refinement of the processes of rationalisation is an indication of the party and Government’s utmost desire to ensure that the land is at the centre of economic rejuvenation and ultimately its stability.”
He said the economy is agro-driven hence the ongoing scientific recalibration of the agriculture sector was a necessity to unlock its potential.
Khaya Moyo commended the Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement Retired Chief Air Marshal Perrence Shiri and his team for the exceptional work of reorganising and retooling the country’s agricultural sector.
He said Zanu- PF will continue to render support to that venture.