Emmerson Mnangagwa
Emmerson Mnangagwa

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Monday that 2018 was a historic year for the country as it marked the start of a process of national renewal and recovery.

In his Christmas message to the nation, the president acknowledged that many will have a difficult Christmas due to economic difficulties but urged the nation to remain resilient and hopeful for a better future.

“There is so much more to be done and there will be further bumps along the road. I am aware that many will have a difficult Christmas. I encourage all of us to be patient, resilient and to work hard in a collective unity, as we create a better, democratic and prosperous Zimbabwe for all,” he said.

The president also appreciated the role played by volunteers in helping the needy and less privileged in society.

“I would like to encourage all our brothers and sisters who volunteer their time and energies to help those in need and less fortunate than ourselves. This spirit of volunteerism is a true blessing and should be celebrated by us all.

“As we celebrate Christmas, let us remember to ‘Love our neighbor as ourselves’ and to ‘do to others what we want them to do to us,'” he said. Enditem

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