Muswere Digitally Connects MatNorth To First Lady’s Angel of Hope and For The Love Of Africa


Minister of Information Communication Technology Postal and Courier Services Jenfan Muswere has connected Matebeleland North Province to First Lady’s Angel of Hope and For The Love Of Africa as well as with the government of Zimbabwe in bridging the rural to urban divide in the context of the fourth industrial revolution.

Minister Muswere was addressing the crowd in Matebeleland last week when he highlighted the need to bridge the rural to urban divide. He said the partners are working tirelessly in turning around the Macro-economic landscape of Zimbabwe by focusing on digital economy and human capital development priorities.

He said,” I am to thank the Minister of State for Matebeleland North Province for the warm welcome here in Matebeleland Province, as our host minister as we are in harmony with nature here today.

” Today I have been assigned to represent the first lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa as a guest of honor, distinguished guests ladies and gentlemen today at this prestigious ostentatious occasion which represents the partnership between Angel of Hope Matter with Love for Africa and the Government of Zimbabwe in terms of the 4th industrial revolution.

“In terms of ensuring that we bridge the rural urban divide and we bridge each and every place in this country to ensure that we connect the unconnected and we leave no one behind in the context of the 4th revolution.

” The President Dr E.D Mnangangwa identified two crucial priorities that are going to turn around the Macro- Economic landscape of this country, he identified a digital economy as a priority. He also identified human capital development as a priority and these two priorities are very important as we journey towards vision 2030.

“The facilities that I have commissioned on behalf of Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa is testimony to government’s commitment in working together with Angel of Hope Matter and Love for Africa as we ensure that we party digital schemes across the country.

“Distinguished guests the Stone Age did not come to an end because of shortage of stones it came to an end because human beings during that time decided to innovate and necessity is the mother of all inventions the innovation center we have commissioned will go a long way,” said Muswere.

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