Amai Mugabe asked to lead Zanu PF Women’s League

The First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe has been requested to lead the Zanu PF Women’s League as national chairperson of the wing.


Senior members of the Zanu PF women’s league, leaders of war veterans, Zanu PF women’s league district and provincial executives, women parliamentarians, central committee members and female politburo members gathered at Mazowe Children’s Home for a meeting that decided to elevate the First Lady to politics by asking her to lead the women’s league.


The motion was moved by the president of the Senate, Cde Edna Madzongwe and there was jubilation and celebration when the announcement was made, with some breaking into song and dance as the gathering welcomed the announcement.

 

 
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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"I want to pay tribute to this young man they call minister Mzembi, now the only surviving Tourism minister in Africa or in the world, so he says. He knows how much he still has. I assure him, I rate him as one of my best ministers. I never say this to my ministers, but he is forthright, full of brilliant ideas that he never keeps in his mind." - while receiving European Council tourism awards.

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