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President Mnangagwa

President Mnangagwa

Herald Reporter
President Mnangagwa yesterday opened his official Facebook account and invited netizens to express thoughts as part of “a new national dialogue”.

Last month, Government urged the public to be wary of criminals opening false media accounts in the name of the First Family for purposes of extortion, but yesterday President Mnangagwa introduced himself in a short video clip.

“To all my Facebook friends, I opened this page to communicate better with all the people of Zimbabwe. Leadership is a two-way street, I am here to listen to you to be part of a new national dialogue. So as we enter this new exciting area in Zimbabwe, I encourage you all to message me your thoughts as we move forward as one nation, together,” said President Mnangagwa.

He joins peers such as Zambian President Edgar Lungu, Botswana’s Seretse Khama Ian Khama and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda.

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  • Nesongano

    What kind of reporting is this, the reporter should have done better by telling EDM’s official Facebook page. Now we have to try and figure which one is official and which ones are fake.

    • mpengo

      They’re very dull. They always do that when announcing websites. Even that Wanga website they celebrated last week.

  • Thetruthshallcome

    Mr President we have our billionaire who has shown that he is a big business guru, why not tape into him for ideas, direction, knowledge, experience or even appoint him into government so that he helps rescue this country from its current doldrums? Mr Masiyiwa is renowned internationally and has his country at heart. This is the reason why he continues to invest in Zim – look at his social responsibility where he pays fees for thousands of children up to university level. Why not benefit from him and his influence around the world?
    Otherwise some ministers you appointed are hopeless and have no idea what they are doing. They could benefit from Mr Masiyiwa. Ndatenda hangu.

  • lot chitakasha

    It is good, I hope people will use it in a constructive way..he should have big heart because some not so uncomfortable questions will be asked.

  • Chief Marange

    you keep breaking new grounds Mr President………its yet another gigantic step in the right direction. To all Zimbabweans this is an excellent opportunity to have our views straight to the highest office…………..

    You have stuck to your word……” no institution or individual has a monopoly of ideas” God bless Zimbabwe